Brian Ducharme of VMBlog speaks with Reuven Cohen, Chief Technology Advocate for Citrix about the history of Virtualization and the transition to cloud. Reuven got his start with a company that he started called "Enomaly" which was an early cloud computing company built on Xen.
VMBlog speaks with Joe Noonan of phdvirtual about their new Virtual Backup 8.0 release and also got a quick demo of it in action.
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VMBlog speaks with Jason Smith of Liquidware Labs about their new brand new product Flex-IO.
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VMBlog speaks with Lee Domangue, Regional Sales Manager for Tegile about their Flash Driven Storage solution.
Brian Ducharme interviews Natalie Lambert, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Citrix during Citrix Synergy 2014. Natalie talks about the new Citrix Workspace Suite which was announce during the Day 1 Keynote. Citrix Workspace Suite allows you to have access to your files and desktop from any mobile device.
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The second day keynote began much like the day before with SynergyTV speaking with various people from the across the convention floor and setting the stage for what we would hear about today. The keynote began with Sudhakar Ramakrishna – SVP, Enterprise & Service Provider Division taking the stage.
After a quick breakfast in the pressroom we headed down to get our prime seating at the Day 1 Keynote for the 25th Citrix Synergy event. As the Hall began to fillup, Synergy TV did some interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at what goes into making this event such a success year after year.
Brian Ducharme of VMBlog.com speaks with Calvin Hsu, VP of Product Marketing, Desktop and Apps during Citrix Synergy 2013.
Calvin Hsu – Vice President, Product Marketing, Desktops and Apps
Calvin Hsu is responsible for the go-to-market strategy for the market-leading desktop virtualization solutions, Citrix XenDesktop and Citrix XenApp. Hsu leads the team that is evangelizing centralized desktop delivery as a primary enabler of customer initiatives such as BYO, enterprise mobility and business continuity, and is helping to drive an industry transition to delivering desktops and apps from the cloud.
Since joining Citrix in 2004, Hsu has helped the company launch major software releases of both XenDesktop and XenApp, which helped position the company to reach $2B in revenue. Hsu has 16 years of experience in software technology marketing and management, and prior to Citrix led product marketing for an enterprise storage virtualization software company. Hsu also has experience in data quality management and database requirements methodologies, and was a management consultant to federal government agencies.
Hsu holds degrees from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
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