Dec 16, 2014 | New York
Featuring: Brian Madden
Good overall information and great opportunity to dig deep with some key vendors as well as network with peers.
IT Director, Urban Partnership Bank
Enjoyed the experience. A unique approach to VDI outside of the traditional concepts of cost and utilization.
Citrix Engineer, Nippon Express USA, Inc.
Seminars like this help to keep us informed on what the industry is doing.
Systems Analyst, Campbell Soup Company
VDI has been on everyone's hot list for almost ten years, but it's only now that we're seeing the breakthroughs that make it possible, and affordable. In just this past year alone, two major game changing technologies have come to light:
You've probably got an idea of how to implement virtual desktop technology in your organization, but if you're like most IT pros you still need those last few pieces to align. We'll help you sort through the facts vs. fiction, figure an approach to Windows on the desktop, and deal with users who want to work from tablets, phones, and their own devices.
Our half-day seminar is traveling across North America in 2014, and it features the world-renowned independent desktop expert Brian Madden. This seminar is packed full in order to maximize your time out of the office. Join us in your city to learn:
Plus, we'll tackle the critical tips for getting storage right for VDI Now that we finally have storage technologies that enable VDI and desktop virtualization, we'll dive into the key drivers of change, study the trends, and examine which projects are actually working and why.
Successful and cost-effect VDI projects in the 200-500 user range were considered unfathomable only a year ago – find out the key contributors of their success today and how you can take advantage!
Admission to this seminar is FREE but seating is limited.
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