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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to accelerate their digital transformation plans in order to better support a fully remote workforce and there has been an increased focus on improving cost efficiency and eliminating wastage during the pandemic.
These are areas where CloudHealth by VMware’s solutions are invaluable. CloudHealth usually attends many conferences and trade shows to showcase its solution which helps companies with cost management, governance, automation, security, and performance, but the pandemic has put a stop to these in-person events.
CloudHealth has responded by going 100% virtual. The recent CloudLIVE conference was scaled back from a 3-day in-person event to a 1-day virtual event, which was a tremendous success. Following on from that event, CloudHealth has announced the company will be conducting a series of 30-minute virtual group demos as a replacement for the missed trade shows. During the group demos, CloudHealth will introduce its platform and will demonstrate the benefits.
As with the in-person events, attendees will find out more about the CloudHealth platform and will be able to ask questions related to their own specific needs. Many potential customers may feel pressure from companies at trade shows, but by going virtual, that pressure is removed. Attendees can simply learn about the product and make up their own minds about whether it is suitable in their own time.
The series of group demos starts on June 10, 2020 with a session that provides an overview of the CloudHealth platform. This is followed by a deep dive into the solution on June 17, 2020 that will also demonstrate how to improve your security posture management through VMware Secure State.
These are just two of the events that will be taking place in this group demo series. You can find out more about the schedule here.
CloudHealth will also be conducting dedicated sessions in local languages and time zones in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Israel, the UAE, and in the Asia-pacific region over the coming weeks.