Dell Ireland Storage User Group Meeting

On Wednesday 19th September Dell was delighted to welcome the Dell Ireland Storage Group (DISUG) to our premises in Dell Limerick.

It turned out to be a lively day with very interactive discussions on everything from Disaster Recovery to Cloud Solutions. This was evident from the fact that all sessions ran over time due to the level of debate.

Feedback from the event was very positive and I have included some quotes from the group below.

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Thoroughly enjoyed the event. Content was great, Charles’s “warts and all” case study was really informative, as this stuff you will never hear from most IT guys, but what you learn from it is immense. Greg’s knowledge on all things Equallogic was great and I learnt a lot from it also. The event was a great opportunity to speak to other peers on how they are using Dell solutions also, which again I learnt a lot from. Looking forward to the next event in Belfast.

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The event was very well organised and hit the spot perfectly, providing high level technical information without getting too deep. It was good to catch up with fellow users and discuss implementations etc and the IT market in general. It’s a good forum to get product information without the sales pressure. Overall very worthwhile and informative.

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If you are a Dell Equallogic or Compellent customer why not join the conversation at The DISUG dedicated webite.

The next event is scheduled for February 2013 with initial plans to host the event in Northern Ireland.

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