Wednesday, May 21st @ 12pm ET

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 as normal. BYOD can catch some companies ill-prepared, without strategy, solutions and the right tools to deal with the diversity of end-user devices. BYOD has true business value, yet many BYOD implementations have stalled because of the perceived drawbacks. Recently, desktop delivery has sparked interest in many companies, renewing energy in BYOD. Desktop virtualization allows the continued use of varied devices, yet offers to deliver the same business experience through a corporate approved virtual desktop. While there is renewed hope that BYOD implementations can be restarted, there still exist trade-offs and potential challenges.

In this session, learn about how Desktop Virtualization can power BYOD, revitalize implementations, and then understand the challenges that still exist. Also, hear how those existing challenges can be resolved using a unique type of technology that solves performance, latency, and scalability issues.

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Presenters

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.

Orestes Melgarejo is Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Citrix. His current role is in Partner Enablement and Engagement within the Desktops and Apps team. He has held various roles in Product Management at Citrix in the last 13 years and was instrumental in the creation of Citrix's Cloud Workspace strategy. Prior to joining Citrix, Orestes held various roles in development and product management at Motorola and General Electric. He has a BS from Florida International University and MS from Syracuse University; both in Electrical Engineering. Follow me on Twitter: @orestesm