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At Veeam, community involvement is a priority. Whether it’s as small a Tweet on Twitter, or as big as throwing the most amazing party (ever) at VMworld, Veeam is extremely serious about its community engagement.

We’re not a company that ignores its users. Hence: Welcome Veeam User Group meetings! We love helping our online user community rise to the next level: IRL (geek speak for ‘in real life’).

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Our newest community project is an extension of the LinkedIn Online User Group, which has grown steadily since its formation in late 2008. Happily, the Veeam LinkedIn group also experienced a growth spike of 38% when 18 new members joined last week. (It will be interesting to see if there’s another growth spike after publication of this post!)

The first round of Veeam User Group meetings will be held in three U.S. cities, with two other North American events planned in 2012. In addition, locations around the world are also on the horizon. Our inaugural U.S. meetings include:

  • Anaheim, CA (Los Angeles area) on April 20
  • Atlanta, GA on April 24
  • St. Louis, MO on April 26

We hope to see you there at this first round of Veeam User Group meetings! If you attend: Our Veeam experts will be on hand at meetings to seed conversations. Likewise, we are also working to secure Veeam end users to talk about configuration, best practices, tips, tricks and more.

To discuss hosting a Veeam User Group meeting at your company's facilities or becoming a presenter/leader at the events, email Holly Canterucci, Veeam’s User Group liaison, at holly.canterucci@veeam.com, or Skype: holly.canterucci.

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    Published: April 6, 2012