VMware Global and Social Support Links!

January 28th, 2013
by Christopher Kusek (PKGuild)

I’ve been planning on posting this for quite some time. Seriously, like a LONG time. It’s not much. It’s not complicated. It’s actually VERY straight forward!

So the story goes… I somehow got my hands on this handy dandy little CARD, and I thought, “Hey, not everyone knows about these awesome quick reference resources! They probably should!” Well, here is the CARD itself… and a copy of the resources so you too can share in its wonder!

VMware Global Support Services: Important Links VMware Social Support

VMware Global Support Services: Important Links

VMware Social Support

Blogs

Communities

Twitter

YouTube

Hopefully you found this remotely interesting, useful or something else… Now I can comfortably… DESTROY this card. :) MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

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