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Post by Phil Curran

 

Last week we kicked off CommVault's #VMworldCV Twitter Contest and requested your feedback for our customer booth  sessions. The tweets have started to roll in as many of you have shared  what you would like to learn or ask your fellow CommVault customers who  will be leading the sessions at our booth during VMworld. Those of you  who have participated are also one 140-character tweet closer to winning  a brand new iPad!

 

The contest ends this week! If you haven't sent us a tweet yet, don't  miss the opportunity to be a part of our customer booth sessions by  telling us what you would like to learn or sharing your questions about  virtual server protection or any of our data management solutions. Check  out our official contest rules by clicking here.  Please help us spread the word by letting your friends and peers know about the contest as well.

 

How the contest works:

 

  • Follow @CommVault on Twitter
  • Send tweet mentioning @CommVault and tell us what you would like to learn at our VMworld customer booth sessions
  • Include your #VMworldCV hashtag in your tweet
  • One entry per person (so make it a good tweet!)
  • Winner will be selected at random and announced via blog post and tweet on Friday, August 26
  • Winner will get a brand new iPad, to be picked up at the CommVault booth at VMworld
  • Contest starts August 15 and ends by August 24 at midnight

 

Phil Curran is a Senior Product Marketing Manager with CommVault.

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Post by Phil Curran

 

CommVault is heading  to VMworld,  Las Vegas!  We are looking  forward to seeing many of our customers and making new  friends at the  conference. From August 29 to September 1, you will find  us at booth #801 where  we will be showcasing some of our latest  products and solutions and welcoming  two of our customers who are  joining us for exclusive VMworld booth sessions to  talk about their  CommVault experience and share best practices.

 

The customer  booth sessions will give CommVault users the  opportunity to have an intimate  discussion about virtual server  protection and data management, but we want to  take it a step further  and reach out for your feedback to make sure you get the  most value out  of these conversations.

 

Starting  August 15, 2011 and ending August 24, 2011 at midnight, send at tweet to @CommVault using the #VMworldCV hashtag to tell us what you would  like to learn at our VMworld  customer booth sessions. Your tweet will be  integrated into our  customer booth sessions and will automatically make you  eligible to win  an iPad at VMworld. Click here for full contest rules.

Official #VMworldCV Twitter Contest Rules:

 

  • Follow @CommVault on Twitter
  • Send tweet mentioning @CommVault and tell us what you would like to learn at our VMworld customer booth sessions
  • Include your #VMworldCV hashtag in your tweet
  • One entry per person (so make it a good tweet!)
  • Winner will be selected at random and announced via blog post and tweet on Friday, August 26
  • Winner will get a brand new iPad, to be picked up at the CommVault booth at VMworld
  • Contest starts August 15 and ends by August 24 at midnight

 

Let the tweeting begin!

 

Phil Curran is a Senior Product Marketing Manager with CommVault.

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