I have been selected for the Veeam Vanguard Program

On friday night I found an awesome e-mail from Nikola Pejková in my mailbox, that I have been selected for the Veeam Vanguard Program !

Veeam Vanguard 2020

I can only say, that I feel absolutely honored for being selected as a Veeam Vanguard for 2020 !

Thank you Nikola, Rick and the whole Veeam Vanguard team for making this happen. I’m really looking forward to contribute and participate in the Veeam Vanguard community.

The Veeam Vanguard Program is Veeam’s top-level influencer community. This group shares points of view, provides feedback and is committed to mutual success. Experts in the Vanguard program are a combination of many different disciplines, contribution types and advocacy mechanisms yet are each the best in space regarding technical thought leadership for the technical communities in which Veeam exist.

These individuals have been nominated as Veeam Vanguards. A Veeam Vanguard represents our brand to the highest level in many of the different technology communities in which we engage. These individuals are chosen for their acumen, engagement and style in their activities on and offline.

Veeam Vanguard benefits and goals

Veeam’s goals of the Vanguard Program:

  • Build mindshare of technical thought leaders
  • Gain feedback and insight on topics related to Veeam technologies
  • Provide opportunities for growth

The Veeam Vanguards have an opportunity to gain the following:

  • Access to Veeam Product teams
  • A forum to provide feedback and perspective
  • Sharing of unique perspectives in the industry and exclusive networking opportunities

If you want to learn more of what the Veeam Vanguards do and are, I’d recommend the following video from Nikola !

Furthermore, here you can find all the Veeam Vanguard from past and present: Veeam Vanguard List

Again, I would like to thank everyone from the Veeam Vanguard team for their trust in me to represent this program !

Stay safe and have a great week !

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