Get Up to Speed on End-User Computing at VMware vForum in Atlanta on 3/8

Mar 3, 2016
Ashley Speagle

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Ashley is a content marketing specialist for VMware.

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VMware vForum is upon us once again! If you’re an IT professional who has yet to attend one of our free, one-day events, then head to Atlanta on March 8 for this unique opportunity to interface with experts, win prizes and stay up to date on cutting-edge IT for your business.

We’ll kick off the day with a special VMware Keynote by Shawn Rosemarin, America’s Chief of Staff, Systems Engineering and Field CTO. The rest of your day will be up to you. You’ll have the option of choosing to attend hands-on labs or breakout sessions in any of the following four tracks:

  • End-User Computing: Securely manage your applications, devices and desktops.
  • Hybrid Cloud: Increase efficiency while avoiding disaster with vCloud Air.
  • Compute/Management & Virtual SAN: Evolve your strategy with vSphere, vRealize and VMware HCS.
  • NSX: Discover VMware’s network virtualization platform.

We are living in a time of network virtualization. It’s no longer uncommon for employees to expect to access their work from any device of their choosing, anywhere. This has opened the door to more opportunities, but also more challenges, for IT. Our End-User Computing breakout track will feature sessions on creating and maintaining a secure environment in the cloud while also managing multiple devices with VMware Horizon.

[Related: VMware Horizon Blast Extreme Acceleration with NVIDIA GRID]

You will also have the opportunity to find out how to leverage the benefits of the latest releases of Horizon and Workspace ONE. During this event, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and VMware’s EVP and GM of End-User Computing, Sanjay Poonen, will present VMware’s digital workspace vision and share exciting announcements about how VMware is shaping the workspace of the future.

[Related: Embracing Consumerization for the Digital Workspace: VMware Introduces Workspace ONE]

Register to attend in Atlanta on March 8, or be on the lookout for our next vForum live events coming up quickly in Montreal and Chicago!

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