VMworld Hands On Labs problems

I’m at the VMworld 2012 conference in San Francisco. One of the historic benefits of VMworld conferences in the past have been their hands on labs. Not this year. This year their labs have been riddled with performance issues and customer frustration. On Sunday, I and about 500 other attendees stood in line for 2.5 […]

Mediterranean vacation recap for July 2012

Last month my wife, brother, and parents met in Istanbul to begin a Mediterranean cruise to Rome. We had a good time and took lots of photos. Here are some of the highlights. Istanbul, Turkey (2012 Jul 15) After checking into our hotel, we had time to head out on foot to see Taksim square […]

Where is Wyse’s support for VMware View 5.0 and 5.1?

A year has passed since ““Wyse Announces Day One Support for VMware View 5 at VMworld 2011” (archived press release), writing “Today at VMworld 2011 (Aug 30, 2011), Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, announced support for VMware View 5 upon release.” Well, just 14 days later “VMware Announces General Availability of […]

Adding Malta, Sardinia, and Sicily to my list

Having returned from a Mediterranean cruise, I’ve updated my “Where I’ve Been” map. I added one country to my list (Malta) and two autonomous regions of Italy (Sardinia, Sicily). Although I’ve been to more than 50 countries, I’ve seen less than 25 percent of the world. Visit my Travel section to learn more about my […]