Jed Ayres talks about the leadership position that IGEL has taken in the EUC market, the disruption they are causing in this space with their software-defined solution, and their partner community and ecosystem that is working together to push the end user computing market forward. With nearly 30 sponsors on site, there is a lot of great technology on display at the show. And IGEL is making a number of announcements during DISRUPT which Jed describes, and he also discusses a number of important partnerships and activities taking place.
IGEL has also launched a new contest - the "I Challenge Everything" contest in which it will give away an all-electric Porsche Taycan or cash equivalent.
Visit http://www.ichallengeeverything.com/ and use CODE: VMBLOG to enter.
VMblog spoke with CloudJumper while at the IGEL Technology #DISRUPTEUC 2019 event taking place in Silicon Valley. CloudJumper is a software and services company in the Cloud Workspace and RDS enablement markets.
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If you are involved in End User Computing in any way, shape or form, you absolutely must check out the details on the upcoming DISRUPT event. Now in its second year, DISRUPT is quickly filling a void and becoming the standard event to address all your EUC needs. Last year, the event was launched across three continents: EMEA, North America and ANZ. This year, the show is headed to Munich followed by Silicon Valley. To get the inside scoop ahead of the event, VMblog spoke with Jed Ayres, President and CEO of IGEL North America and Global CMO.