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ManageFusion Opening Keynote

Created: 11 Mar 2009 • Updated: 09 Sep 2010 | 4 comments
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For those of you who missed the ever popular ManageFusion opening keynote, it's available here to view in its entirety.  More videos from ManageFusion coming soon!

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I've been to a couple of the ManageFusion events and have always gotten a kick out of the keynotes ... they're not your mother's keynote. Steve Morton is hilarious! I've always wondered, though, why Altiris never recorded these gems for broader distribution via the Web. Thank you Symantec for bringing the keynotes to those of us not able to attend the event!

Kevin

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Hate to advertise, but we did a mini-live blog of all the keynotes on our twitter account:  www.twitter.com/its_partners you can read the scroll for all the keynote information there we put out.

Jonathan

Jonathan Jesse Practice Principal ITS Partners

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Scott Jones's picture

It did my heart so good to see (starting at about 7:00 in this video) that I was at this year's ManageFusion Las Vegas after all!  :)  It's the first MF I've missed since 2004, and I was not happy sitting it out.  Steve, thank you for showing that clip (again!) of my infamous SVS demo from Orlando '05.  Looks like you put on a fantastic show, as usual.  You don't know how happy I am to have been able to be a small part of it.  The legacy Altiris team is such an amazing group of people.

Btw, to easily save and view Flash video offline, get the Ant.com toolbar add-on for Firefox, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8174.  This vid is now in my permanent archive.

Excelsior!

Scott Jones
Business Critical Engineer, Endpoint Virtualization
Symantec Corporation
www.symantec.com
 

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WJW5115's picture

Not only is Steve a very funny guy when he has a script, but he was funny in the one breakout session I saw him in.  He also understands and explains the technical stuff pretty well.

... AND he's an entertaining musician, as well.  What a multi-talented guy!

I loved the keynotes and I loved the music at the party.  Great work, Steve!

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