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Earlier this year, SiliconANGLE and Wikibon barnstormed 5 tech shows in 5 weeks, reaching more than 2 million views of our live CUBE programming. We’re back at it and Wikibon is once again pleased to be a part of the SiliconANGLE.tv and VMware production of VMworld Live from Las Vegas. We have an amazing lineup to discuss the future of virtualization, cloud, big data and mobile technologies. Here’s a glimpse of what’s coming next week:
The Cube has been called “The ESPN of Tech” and to extend our coverage of tech athletes, for the first time we will roll out “ESPN2” and broadcast two big industry events – HP Discover and Dell Storage Forum – in a single week. Tune in for independent coverage of two tech bellwether company’s customer events in live streaming HD video.
Here are the logistics for the programming (all times subject to change):
HP Discover from Las Vegas (all times Pacific)
Watch live on SiliconAngle.tv
Conference Twitter Hashtag #hpdiscover
Last month, we continued our series of infographics by taking a look at the differences in large data centers as well as the current and future size of cloud computing. While cloud computing is on what appears to be an unstoppable growth path, with Amazon’s services alone expected to grow to $2.54 billion in revenue by 2014, the outlook remains fragile. With high profile security hacks at Sony, RSA and Lockheed Martin; and Amazon’s prolonged outage, many CIOs remain reticent to push too fast on the cloud for fear of damaging company reputations and compromising customer privacy. Indeed, while the majority of IT organizations within Wikibon report moving toward the cloud, a large proportion (37%) either have no clear cloud computing strategy or still believe cloud is a meaningless buzzword.