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VDI Technical Roadshow- Monterey

Past Event - not available for registration or attendance.

May 3 2012
  • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM

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Break Out Of The VDI Fog

If you find yourself in a VDI fog or you're looking for an update on VDI solutions, join us for a technical seminar and leave with a clear direction for your organization.

Learn how you can help your organization deliver anytime, anywhere access, improve user collaboration and retain control with a VDI or desktop virtualization solution. Cisco's Unified Computing Architecture and EMC's Unified Storage with VMware's vSphere provide the platform to support a VDI architecture. VDI software from VMware and Citrix or streaming solutions from Wyse can transofrm your desktop environment into a highly secure and flexible user workspace.

We'll review:

  • Data Center Architecture Compontents- Cisco's Unified Computing Architecture, VMware's vSphere and EMC's Unified Storage
  • VDI Software- VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop and Wyse WSM
  • How to Choose- Which solution is best for your organization
  • VDI Best Practices- What to consider and where to start

VDI is revolutionizing the desktop and delivering dramatic results to organizations, users and IT administrators alike. Join us for this half day technical seminar and luncheon and leave with a clear vision and actionable direction for your organization.

Monterey Location:
Beach Resort Monterey
Point Lomas Room
2600 Sand Dunes
Monterey, CA 93940
831-394-4432
8:30am-1:00pm

Limited space is available- register today!

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