2016 marked the biggest VMworld Europe, yet, and this year also marked the first time VMware co-located AirWatch Connect and VMworld in Europe. With more than 10,000 attendees, VMworld offered a great opportunity for us to share the latest innovations from our end-user computing (EUC) team and hear feedback to shape future product direction. There were hundreds of hands-on labs, customer meetings, sessions and other activities throughout the event.
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At Connect Atlanta 2016 this week, we had the opportunity to watch Yahoo Tech founder David Pogue sit down with VMware’s Sanjay Poonen. Great news for us all: we caught this powerful moment on camera.
In this must-watch video for all end-user computing enthusiasts, David and Sanjay talk about how our work and personal lives have been utterly transformed by the lightning-fast evolution of technology.
Here are three of my personal favorite questions and answers with David Pogue and Sanjay Poonen:Continue reading →
With 62 days to Black Friday and 65 days to Cyber Monday, retail IT leaders shared their top five end-user computing priorities at VMworld U.S. 2016.
“Be Tomorrow.” For some industries, thinking too much about the future is distracting. Not for retailers. Retail brands always look ahead—to the next season, the next big holiday and frankly, to the next big thing to capture shoppers’ attention.
I hosted two VMworld U.S. retail sessions this year—Modernizing and Mobilizing Retail and a retail roundtable—and I can tell you, leading retailers are executing on tomorrow. Well-known brands, such as Coca-Cola and Abercrombie & Fitch, are already piloting innovative new processes and technologies to maintain a competitive advantage. Others are in strategic planning mode.
If I had to pick just a few, the retail buzz at VMworld 2016 was around the following five topics: Continue reading →
We have seen business mobility rapidly evolve from “I need my email on my phone” to “I need access to all my apps, data, and services, from any device, anywhere.” While end users have demanded that access, IT concerns about security, compliance, and complexity have made implementation of this goal difficult until now.
Earlier this year, VMware surveyed 1,021 IT professionals, influencers and decision-makers, from small businesses to large enterprises across more than 10 industries. We asked all of them: What is your long-term end-user computing (EUC) strategy for the cloud?
VMworld 2016 rages on this week, with 20,000-plus IT experts descending on Las Vegas to talk software-defined data center, end-user computing (EUC) and next-gen digital workspaces. Even more took to social media, sharing the product news and thought leadership highlights on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Here are our 13 top tweets from #VMworld. Did yours make the list?