If you are planning on attending VMworld US 2018 or happen to be in the Las Vegas area during August 26-28th, you might want to leave room on your dance card to stop by and participate in the IGEL DISRUPT EUC event that is taking place at the Border Grill restaurant in the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino.
Earlier this year, IGEL brought the DISRUPT EUC event to Bremen, Germany; Austin, Texas; and, Melbourne, Australia. I had the pleasure of attending the Austin event, and I learned a ton of information. Now, IGEL is bringing some of that magic from the larger DISRUPT EUC events to Vegas, along with Happy Hours, Tech Boot Camps, Customer and Partner Lunches, Parties and so much more. To find out all the details, I spoke with Jed Ayres, IGEL's president and CEO of North America and Global CMO.
While at the IGEL #DisruptEUC 2018 conference in Austin, TX, VMblog spoke with industry expert and VDI fan favorite Brian Madden. Brian is recognized around the world as an independent expert in the desktop and application virtualization industry. Brian has spent 20+ years in IT, and EUC and VDI followers know him best for his many, many years with BrianMadden.com, the website he founded back in 2003, as well as his wildly popular BriForum events which ran from 2005-2016.
Brian Madden left the industry in 2016 to pursue other interests. But, VMblog was fortunate to speak with him when he momentarily surfaced at the IGEL disruptEUC event as a guest speaker to talk about IoT -- find out why he calls it, "dumb."
VMblog speaks with virtualization and Citrix community fan favorite Doug Brown of DABCC.com fame while at the inaugural IGEL #DisruptEUC 2018 conference hosted at the beautiful AMD Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Doug is now Technology Evangelist at IGEL where he is actively using his talents to create a growing community of users for IGEL and its technologies.
Watch and learn more as Doug tells a number of different stories to explain the past, present and future.
VMblog speaks with Monique Ouellette, VP Global Digital Workplace and Mobility Services of IBM during the inaugural IGEL #DisruptEUC 2018 conference hosted at the beautiful AMD Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Monique has been with IBM for 25 years. In her role, she is responsible for sales, revenue, profit, client satisfaction and delivery excellence.
DisruptEUC 2018 included exciting announcements from IGEL as well as inspirational industry speakers and more.
There's a brand new End User Computing Forum called DISRUPT which is being launched this year across three continents: EMEA, NA and ANZ. The first event in Bremen Germany has already taken place. However, IGEL, the company putting on this fantastic show, is about to launch this inaugural event in Austin, TX in less than two weeks. To get the inside scoop ahead of the event, I spoke with Jed Ayres, President and CEO of IGEL NA and Global CMO.