The latest Tech Tuesday Chat recapped the Microsoft Management Summit 2011 held in Las Vegas. Dell highlighted many of its Systems Management Packs that interface with Configuration Manager and Virtual Machine Manager in the Dell Booth at the conference, and Dell team members gave several presentations during conference breakout sessions. See the full transcript to catch the recent questions, comments, ideas and expertise on MMS 2011.

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