New Mexico VMUG

Welcome to your New Mexico VMUG Community.

The NM VMUG community tries to meet at least three times a year, and we also try to alternate between Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
Due to the coronavirus situation we will be attempting some virtual meetings this year as well.
Watch this space or our social media options for events, announcements and updates.
Please join to connect with other members and stay up to date on local events!

Benefits of a free VMUG membership
- Local, national and worldwide access to all members of the VMUG organization
- Focus on emerging trends, modernization, training, peer group
- Influence our meetings, suggest a topic or give a presentation
- Professional networking opportunities
- Certification and training discounts
- Fantastic sense of community (vBeers, vBeards, etc..)
Are you a vendor looking to sponsor a meeting?
- Existing customers can discuss their experiences
- Direct access to influencers, end users and customers in every market space (commercial, government, SLED)

- Designed to maximize VMware and partner solutions
- Consistent knowledge sharing, training and collaboration events
- Dave & Buster's custom packages designed for VMUG sponsors

Do you have questions, ideas or want to be a speaker at our next event?
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