Tag: london

Thank you for all the energy!!!

Yesterday TECHunplugged took place and the night before it was StorageBeers. It was great!… the best TECHunplugged ever. I guess we’re starting to get things right in terms of organization too. 😉 Everyone did a great job: influencers, attendees and sponsors – good content, interaction, a lot of interesting conversations and networking… simply put, a lot of productive energy! Many thanks to everyone who has and is giving me and Arjan a hand for building such a great event and to this small, but vibrant, community. I know, there is always room for improvement and we are already putting...

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TECHunplugged, next stop London

After the success of Austin we are back in Europe, back to the city where we first started TECHunplugged… London! Just in case you don’t know about it yet, TECHunplugged is a 1-day IT conference with a good mix of sessions hosted by independent influencers and a small number of selected vendors. The idea is to keep this event very informative and educative with a lot of opportunities for peer-to-peer networking. 12th of May, save the date!!! Same venue as last year: The Kensigton close Hotel (central and very easy to reach by public transportation) We’ve made a few...

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TECH.unplugged, you can’t miss it!

I have been organizing seminars in Italy for quite some time now. They are all under the Juku.unplugged brand and the idea is to bring the content of my blog to the real world with presentations about cloud computing, virtualization and storage. My objective is to educate and inform on new technology and trends which I get the chance to familiarize with during my trips in the US, and also thanks to the work I do for my clients. The events are quite successful for the Italian market and the last one, organized with he help of VMUGIT, counted...

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