@TronWalletMe Finally answer, thx you
EMC Knowledge Sharing 2011 Book of Abstracts
Since 2007, program participants have generated and published a collection of more than 100 EMC Knowledge Sharing Articles highlighting perspectives on such topics as Cloud Computing, Content Management Best Practices, and innovative approaches for automating information infrastructure management tasks. After 2010, I received another mail from EMC for participating the contest. After some doubts the first time, I decided to join in again. This year my title is "How to Start Your Disaster Recovery in this “Cloudy” Landscape". Yes it's al about disaster recovery (DR). Again I tried to keep the scope simple and pleasurable to read. In any case I hope that it arrives that way to the readers. However, there is a lot to consider before taking this road. Don't take it to easy.
My abstract was accepted for the second time in the EMC’s Knowledge Sharing competition 2011. Unfortunately again, I did not had the winning paper. But often they say that participation is more important than winning. Who am I kidding :). No, seriously, that was not my goal!
But I did it again. A new article will be published soon. Despite the long wait I find it a great honor it wil be published and downloadable for everyone. In case you're curious, EMC is trying to publish a variety of topics each month so that the global audience 'stays tuned' throughout the year. Each month, EMC actively promote each articles in the EMC Proven Professional community and Education Services websites.
I find the EMC’s Knowledge Sharing program a great initiative that allows people from around the globe to tell their story, whether it is about Cloud Computing, Content Management, Backup and Recovery, innovative approaches or other stuff. Let's face it, it's hot and there is too much to tell.
If you are curious you can download the Book of Abstraction by clicking on the book below.