Dell Enterprise Forum Slated for San Jose in June

Dell Enterprise Forum Slated for San Jose in June

rsz_dellManaged service providers looking for more guidance on the direction of Quest Software and its managed services platform brand PacketTrap may want to keep their eyes on San Jose, Calif. in early June. Dell (NASDAQ:DELL), which acquired Quest Software in September 2012, recently announced the details of its Dell Enterprise Forum. The company's customers and channel partners to learn more about Dell’s technology and infrastructure. Here are the details.

Dell will host its forum at the San Jose Convention Center on June 4-6, 2013. The forum will offer insight from executives, engineers, and architects involved in developing Dell's solutions, the company said. Attendees will be able to attend in technology-specific sessions, technical breakouts, roadmap sessions, and have opportunities to speak with IT personnel. Programming will also include hands-on labs that reveal the latest Dell data center offerings.

"The creation of Dell Enterprise Forum is a natural evolution and a direct result of customer feedback as Dell quickly grows its enterprise footprint and becomes a critical data center partner to companies worldwide," said Dell Enterprise Solutions President Marius Haas in a statement. "The conference will give customers and partners a chance to spend time with Dell’s enterprise team and get an in-depth look at our broad capabilities that drive improved efficiencies in their businesses today while providing a view into the future with our portfolio."

All attendees will have the opportunity to create their own agendas from all technology sessions, as well as sales and businesses content focused on channel partners, Dell said. Channel partners and customers have three full conference days to obtain the technical content they need.

Registration for Dell Enterprise Forum in San Jose is now open.

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