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TechRepublic adds two new blogs

By tcavadias Staff ·
<p>TechRepublic has added two new blogs to our lineup: <a href="">CIO for Hire</a> and <a href="">Virtualization Coach</a>.</p>

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CIO for Hire

<p>This blog, written by former CIO Jay Rollins, is jam-packed with advice and real-life examples for advancing IT strategy. Jay doesn't pull any punches or wrap his advice in a bunch of theory. Using specific examples from his own IT career, he covers topics like <a href=""> how to structure and build your help desk</a>, as well as how to save your company money and time by <a href=""> developing partnerships with your vendors</a>. It's solid, practical advice for an existing CIO or for the IT manager of a small to medium-sized company who needs the expertise of a CIO, but who doesn't have the infrastructure to support one yet. </p>

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Virtualization Coach

<p>The promise of virtualization technologies is that they will help you reduce costs, consolidate servers, and maximize infrastructure. Steven Warren is the Virtualization Coach. Steven, author of a <a href="">book on VMware Workstation</a>, will covering server virtualization, application virtualization, virtualization news, desktop virtualization, Hyper-V, VMware, Parallels, P2V, and a host of other topics as they relate to virtualization.</p>

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<p> If you haven't seen them already, you need to check them out!</p>

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-Tammy :-)

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by BFilmFan In reply to TechRepublic adds two new ...

Welcome to the gang Jay and Steven.

Just remember that it is really all about Tammykins "I smacked a spammer" video report and Geekend!


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by tcavadias Staff In reply to Welcome!

We don't want them knowing my "evil" side yet

-Tammy :-)

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by shasca In reply to TechRepublic adds two new ...

How do you read it?
It's a virtual Blog? It's a Blog of Virtualization?
I may have already Virtually read it?
How could I tell?

Are these real or virtual questions?

Now I'm really confused.........

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