DISRUPT is back. Bigger, better and braver than ever before. And this year, they are saying YES. YES to the single most important EUC event of the year - bringing together the leading disruptors of the EUC universe. The event is in Nashville, TN, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center Nashville.
In this exclusive VMblog video interview, we speak with Alex Thatcher, Sr. Director, HP Cloud Clients at HP, about their latest hardware offerings for the end-user computing (EUC) market. Alex shares insights on HP's innovative Thin Client solutions, including the T550 and T655, and how they are partnering with IGEL, a world leader in software-defined endpoint management, to provide seamless and secure EUC experiences.
HP is a leading provider of computing hardware, and their Thin Client solutions are no exception. With a range of options designed to meet the needs of modern businesses, HP's hardware provides users with reliable performance, enhanced security, and easy deployment.
During the interview, Alex discusses the key features and benefits of HP's Thin Client solutions, including their powerful performance, easy management, and secure access to applications and data. He also shares insights on HP's partnership with IGEL and how they are working together to provide cutting-edge EUC solutions to businesses of all sizes. Additionally, Alex talks about the collaboration between HP and IGEL Cosmos, a cloud-based endpoint management platform, and how this partnership is streamlining IT operations and improving user experiences.
As the EUC market continues to evolve, HP remains committed to providing hardware solutions that meet the needs of modern businesses. Whether it's providing remote access to critical applications or improving productivity, HP is dedicated to helping organizations achieve their goals and stay ahead of the competition.
Don't miss this exclusive interview with Alex Thatcher and learn more about the latest hardware offerings from HP for the EUC market. Stay informed about the latest trends and technologies and discover how HP and IGEL are transforming the EUC landscape.