Are you a Social Media influencer/follower, a VMware community member, a virtualization/cloud expert, or just a VMworld conference fan? For all of these and all others attending or following the VMworld 2011 Conference, here is the guide you must view or download.
Whether you are attending VMworld 2010 or following the conference from afar, social media will thrive at VMworld 2010. Be sure you get connected, know the key URLs, follow the VMworld channels and watch for daily announcements, highlights and activities.
The VMware Social Media team will be collaborating with social media teams from various sponsors, partners and attendees to bring everyone the best expereince possible and expand the messages and experiences from the conference - both in San Francisco and Copenhagen.
We have created a social media overview to highlight the following: - Contacts & Key URLs - Collaboration tools for contributors & gatherings - Details of the Social Media & Blogger Lounge - Blog, Twitter, Facebook and Video/Photo resources - Discussion Forums - Other social media options
A blog entry can be almost anything ? your thoughts and observations on the industry, your experiences, notes on a session, an interview, or a photo essay. A photo is worth a thousand words, and a video can be worth a million. We want to find the blog entry, photo, and video that best exemplify both the VMworld 2009 conference and this year's theme:
The winner of this contest will be the creative entries that best capture either the experience of being at VMworld 2009 or the freedom of virtualizing your business infrastructure ? and if you can do both at the same time, all the better.
We will pick a winner for best blog, best photo(s), best video and eventually, best overal conference contribution.
So get out your camcorder, digital camera, iPhone, Blackberry, laptop or just put on your blogger cap and share your experience. Bring the conference to life and win a prize in the process!
To create a personal blog on VMworld.com, sign into your account, click on "Manage Account" in the top right corner of any page, click on the "Blog Posts" tab and then click on "Create a Personal Blog" or "Write a Blog Post" from within your account profile.
Note: All blogs will be monitored and reviewed for content. Any blogs not related to virtualization or considered to be spam or offensive will be removed.