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Profile of Bill Kleyman

National Director of Strategy & Innovation, MTM Technologies
Blog Posts: 21

Bill is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in datacenter design, management, and deployment. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. Bill enjoys writing, blogging, and educating colleagues about technology. His day job is as a virtualization solutions architect at MTM Technologies, where he interacts with some of the world's largest and most interesting companies.

Articles by Bill Kleyman

Building Cloud Computing Skills

10/20/2014
To succeed in the cloud computing era, IT pros need a wide array of skills. Cloud certifications are one way to acquire these skills, but you also must learn to think like a cloud architect.

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Why The Datacenter Is The Center Of The Universe

1/8/2014
Virtualization and cloud solutions architect Bill Kleyman explains how changes in user computing are increasing the importance of the datacenter, making it the home base for all technology. The buzz may be all about the cloud, but it's the physical infrastructure that keeps all those clouds afloat.

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Conquering Distance With Technology

11/13/2013
For those of us in the corporate realm, it’s easy to take for granted the changes in communication technology in recent years. A conversation with a friend reminded me of how far we’ve come.

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