I don’t think anyone is a bigger advocate for tech startups than Marc Andresson. Marc is co-founder and general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz in Silicon Valley, California. Andreessen Horowitz invests in early to late-stage technology companies in a variety of categories.
I was a member of a board of directors for an organization that serviced over 100,000 members and 120 leaders. It was a chance to impact the virtualization community and shape the next several years of operations for this organization.
I enjoy mentoring IT Pros and acting as a sounding board for their ideas, thoughts, and opinions. I often get asked, “How can I get into a technical marketing or a community manager role?” This usually comes from IT Pros who want to give back to a community that has helped them grow in their professional career.
VMworld is virtual this year, not the most ideal, but under the circumstances, it’s the right thing to do. It’s up to us as a community to make the best of it and find fresh ways to engage with one another.
Microsoft publicly released a statement associated with a severe vulnerability in the Windows DNS server, CVE-2020-1350. Discovered as early as May by Check Point Software, an Israeli cyber security firm, this issue has since been patched.