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Staying Ahead in the Boom of the Mobile Workforce

Today’s IT department is inundated by new devices, new applications and new ways to work. It used to be that IT defined, provided and supported the device or endpoint; they defined the refresh or upgrade cycle; they assessed, procured and installed all the applications. Users had very little influence or input into what they used at work. Today, that’s all changed.

In this 2-part video blog, Ted Ohr, Sr. Director of Professional Services and Mason Uyeda, Sr. Director of Technical Marketing and Enablement discuss the incredible explosion around end-user computing and the mobile workforce, the challenges that IT faces and what VMware is doing about it.

In this new landscape, we have users with choice, multiple devices and multiple ways for IT to approach the challenges of control vs. agility vs. cost. In Part 2, Ted and Mason highlight VMware’s IT solutions space for the customer, providing users access to the data and applications they need to get the job done

With over 18 years of technology experience, Ted Ohr is the Senior Director of Americas Service Delivery, which includes Software Defined Data Center, Mobility, Project Management and Technical Account Management. In addition to driving services revenue growth in Latin America, he is also responsible for leading all aspects of service delivery, thought leadership and best practices for VMware’s Professional Services business for both North and Latin America, helping to ensure customer success and satisfaction.
Mason Uyeda joined VMware in November 2007 and leads technical and solution marketing for VMware’s end-user computing business, bringing more than 18 years of experience in strategy, product marketing, and product management. He is responsible for the development and marketing of solutions that feature such end-user computing technologies as desktop virtualization and workspace aggregation.

 

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