Are you interested in learning more about the end user computing industry? Do you have problems and challenges in your organization and need solutions? Maybe you're just looking to better understand which vendors and technologies are out there and available to you.
VMblog's Mega Series is the perfect series for you! As part of the Mega Series, over the next few months, you'll hear from a number of industry experts and leaders across multiple topics to help you make important decisions within your own organization.
In this episode, VMblog is joined by a long time End User Computing expert, Jason E. Smith, VP of Product Marketing at Liquidware.
Watch and learn as he provides a quick overview on Liquidware, and explores the who, what, why of end user computing. What are the benefits? What are the coming trends? How did the pandemic affect the market, and what happens now that more organizations are working from home or working from anywhere? How has the cloud reshaped EUC after being an on-premises focused market for so long.
Find out how Liquidware differentiates itself in the EUC market from its competitors and why you might prefer their solutions to others. And watch as Smith explores some of the latest Liquidware features in a quick demo.
Welcome to the VMblog 2021 Mega Series where we'll be covering a number of different and important topics throughout the coming months. In this series, you'll be hearing from the industry leaders and experts in order to help you make important decisions within your own organization. Follow along for a chance to better understand a number of topics and find out more about some of the best technologies available out there in the industry.
In today's Q&A, we're speaking with industry expert, Jason E. Smith, VP of Product Marketing at Liquidware, and we're diving into the topic of end user computing.
Is your organization looking for answers on how to better solve problems with migrating employees to and from a Work From Home format? Watch as Carl Gersh, senior marketing director at IGEL Technologies, shares his expertise on a number of topics from virtual and cloud desktops on Citrix, VMware Horizon or Amazon Workspaces, to how to help people effectively work remotely while keeping team members secure and productive.
Looking for answers for your own organization on how to solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch as Rich Severson of Stratodesk shares his expertise on a number of topics, from virtual desktops and VDI, to how his solution helps enable a work from home strategy.
Severson also talks about security challenges affecting work from home, provides tips and tricks on what companies should be doing to prepare for the next disaster, and describes what type of technologies are beneficial with this new remote work paradigm switch.
Stratodesk is redefining endpoint computing by delivering a single endpoint solution for VDI, DaaS and IoT markets. Today's enterprises are moving beyond traditional desktops towards smart workplaces where the diverse network of endpoint devices will create interoperability and compatibility issues without a single unified endpoint solution.
Stratodesk's cutting edge linux-based endpoint OS and management suite, NoTouch, is a next generation, hardware-agnostic solution that enables companies to cost-effectively manage their endpoints. It works across x86 and ARM based hardware products (including Raspberry Pi) to provide a unified platform for your endpoints. It also increases endpoint security, simplifies user experience and allows customers to maximize the benefits of existing desktop hardware (Laptops, Thin Clients, PCs and ARM devices) through PC Repurposing.
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 2020 event. Now in its third year, DISRUPT is quickly filling a void and becoming the standard event to address everything EUC.
The 2020 DISRUPT events will take place January 27 through 29 in Nashville, TN and February 4-6 in Munich, Germany. To get the inside scoop ahead of the event, VMblog spoke with Simon Townsend, Chief Marketing Officer for IGEL.
IGEL Technology has created a much needed End User Computing event called DISRUPT. This year, the event will take place in Nashville for its North America event (January 27-29th, 2020) and in Munich for its EMEA event (February 4-6, 2020).
In this video interview, Simon Townsend, IGEL's CMO, gives viewers a nice background on the DISRUPT event, and talks about this year's focus. Watch and find out what attendees can expect to hear and learn from the events this year, get a sneak peek at some of the hot topics that will be discussed, learn about which sponsors and key speakers will be presenting at the show, and hear other reasons why you should be attending.
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On January 27th, 2020, over 700 peers from the End-User community will gather in Nashville to attend North America’s largest Cloud Workspaces Forum.
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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.
CloudJumper Partners can select either CloudJumper’s full-service Cloud Workspace platform, or roll their own platform using CloudJumper’s award winning Cloud Workspace Management Suite (CWMS) software. CWMS automates delivery of hosted Windows desktops, application services, and Microsoft workloads. It allows IT service managers to deliver app streaming, VDI, DaaS and WaaS with minimal labor, lower costs, and faster delivery times.
IGEL Technology is bringing back its very popular End User Computing event called disruptEUC to Munich and Silicon Valley. In this video interview, Jed Ayres provides a brief background on IGEL and talks about what they've been up to lately, and then goes into deeper detail about the upcoming disruptEUC event. Watch and find out more about what to expect at these upcoming events.
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Register here: https://disrupteuc.com/
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.