James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
James Nagurney
National Business Development Manager
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Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
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Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
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Cloud Computing

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Extending your IT Service Delivery to leverage cloud computing shouldn’t be a one-way street into unfamiliar territory. By adopting a common platform that spans both private and public cloud environments, clients can dynamically scale their IT infrastructure without changing the way they run it.

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What You Missed at VMworld 2014

Catch Up with Our Rundown

by Kevin O'Connor | 09.18.14

One of the most important tech events this year was VMworld 2014, a gathering of VMware employees, IT pros, thought leaders, and industry experts to discuss the latest advances in virtualization and cloud technology. If you were unable to attend, you missed a number of big announcements from VMware. PC Connection’s VMware team was out in full force at VMworld, and we’re here to share with you some of the biggest announcements. For the fullest experience, watch our webinar recap of the whole show. 

Tags:CloudCloud ComputingCloud StorageVirtualizationVMwareVMware Virtual Environments

Microsoft Experience

Microsoft Redefines “Experience”

And I Finally Find My Device Happy Place

by Lane Shelton | 09.11.14

Microsoft recently held their annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, DC. I’ve been going to these for years, and this one was actually one of the best. The energy was high but not manic; the mood was serious but not stifling. Microsoft had the courage to admit that the computing world has changed, and their former 95% market share has turned into a 14% share of all the devices in the world—a humbling shift but I thought they handled it well. They addressed a new landscape and new challenges, with none of the “remember when” nostalgia.

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Big Data

We’ve all seen the dramatic transformation IT has undergone in recent years— inevitably evolving from a cost center to a strategic business partner.

Momentum for that transformation came from disruptive trends like virtualization, cloud computing, mobility, big data, and social networking. Each catalyzed a change in perception among IT and business leaders: the components of an agile, efficient IT infrastructure were increasingly strategic assets, not cost centers.

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Microsoft Office 365

Let’s Cut Through the Noise

Turn up what really matters about Office 365

by Lane Shelton | 06.26.14

Why is everyone talking about Office 365 these days? We couldn’t count up all the reviews, opinions, comparisons, and ratings, even if we tried. But that doesn’t mean we’re not listening. As we speak to customers around the world, the attention on O365 spans from simple curiosity to a burning desire to move commoditized email workloads to the cloud—and yes, everything in between.

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