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Peter Bookman Named Chief Strategic Advisor at V3 Systems

SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- V3 Systems is pleased to announce that Peter Bookman, its Founder and Chairman, has transitioned from his role as CEO to the company's Chief Strategic Advisor. In this capacity, Bookman will continue as Chairman of the Board and will be the chief evangelist and visionary for V3 Systems' Desktop Cloud Computing initiative. Bookman will advise the company's board of directors and CEO on the vision, technology and strategic positioning for the company.

"Peter is an amazing person. I have never met anyone with his intellect and vision for technology and innovation," said Ric Lindstrom, CEO and President. "I am honored to be working with Peter in this new role and I look forward to expanding the company's reach and impact in the market with his expertise and guidance."

"I am excited to see the company move so quickly from its inception to being fully operational, and am confident that Ric has the skill sets needed to lead the operational growth of the company," said Bookman. "I look forward to my continued work with Ric and the organization in this new and critical role."

About V3 Systems
V3 Systems is the thought leader in developing and promoting Desktop Cloud Computing solutions that enable the expansion of end-user flexible work-styles. V3 Systems puts high-performance virtual Windows desktops in the cloud and provides desktop administrators the ability to manage the chaos generated by the wide range of devices and cloud technologies required to support today's on-demand world.

CONTACT: Charity Renfro, 801-783-1848, crenfro@v3sys.com

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