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Enable Secure Policy-Driven Access and Cost-Effectively Support Workplace Mobility Initiatives

by Courtney Burry, Director, End-User Computing
Looking to support a BYOD or VDI program? Need to streamline your Windows 7 migration? Interested in preventing data leakage due to Dropbox usage across your organization? Feeling pressure to reduce desktop and application management costs?

IT organizations are being put to the test as these End-User Computing (EUC) challenges continue to surface. And, one size does not fit all. You need to fully understand the converging needs of users, security, compliance, and budget constraints to take the right steps.

In this lunch and learn session we will:

  • Review solutions that can help you deliver end user computing as a service
  • Discuss best practices for getting started
  • Help you build a business case to help you justify the total cost of acquisition and ongoing management
  • Look at key design considerations and tips for deploying desktops, applications and data in your environment

Who should attend: Anyone currently evaluating, designing or implementing virtual desktops, applications as a service and/or data as a service within their environment.

Location: Toronto Canada (VMware speaker: Mike Barnett)
Event Date: July 18, 2013; 11:30am to 2:30pm
Partner: Commerx Computer Systems
Location: Baltimore, MD (VMware speaker: Paul Schlosser)
Date: July 23, 2013, 11am to 1pm
Partner: Accelera Solutions
Location: Chicago, IL (VMware speakers: Jim Yanik and Chris Schaffer)
Event Date: July 23, 2013; 11:30am to 2pm
Partner: Sigma Solution
Location: Centennial, Co
Date: July 26, 2013; 12pm to 3pm
Partner: Trace3
Planning on joining us?  Let us know where you will be on Facebook and Twitter!

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