Thursday, June 5th, 2014 @ 12:00pm ET
Device proliferation has created an enormous and complex problem for many companies. BYOD and mobility really hit companies before proper tools and solutions were able to mature. The value of BYOD is huge and companies desperately want to take advantage of it. The promise of BYOD is a simple one: to centrally manage and secure all devices and all platforms yet still enable the business to function. In an app-centric and mobile world, many of today’s platforms are limited in the amount of business value they can really provide. Desktop virtualization is the solution, allowing companies to work from any device and still participate in the corporate environment using remote apps and virtual desktops across platforms. Previous experiences on other architectures may have left companies in shock with its complexity, however with this next generation of delivering virtual desktops and apps with micro servers greatly reduce the time and complexity. Join us for an in depth technical discussion and learn more about this new game changing platform.
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Rod Trent is the IT Community Manager for Windows IT Pro. He is a leading expert on Microsoft System Center technologies and has more than 25 years of IT experience, with over 20 years dedicated to System Center. Rod has written many books, thousands of articles, and speaks at various conferences and user groups. His professional focus is evangelizing technical community on the web and in person. Rod was a Microsoft MVP for 10 years and is a charter member of the Dell TechCenter Rockstar program. He's an avid gadget fan, a die-hard old television show and cartoon buff, a health and exercise freak, and a part-time missionary to the Chinese people. You can follow Rod on Twitter: @rodtrent, contact him by email, or grab the RSS feed for his articles.
Travis Wert is the HP Worldwide Product Manager for the HP ConvergedSystem 100 for Hosted Desktops. HP’s cutting-edge, game-changing enterprise-class solution for hosting remote desktops securely. He has been on the forefront of HP’s Client Virtualization field teams for 4 years and with several of HP’s partners beforehand and has nearly a decade of experience in end-user computing focused roles.
Tony Sanchez assists the Citrix and HP field with technical training on the joint value stack that Citrix, HP, and Microsoft bring to customers. He also assists with Citrix XenDesktop product teams with design integration on the HP Moonshot platform and conducts performance scale testing. Tony has presented at Citrix Synergy, Microsoft TechEd N.A, TechEd EMEA, TechEd APAC, Microsoft TechReady and VMworld.