Thursday, 17 May 2012

Citrix Virtual Computing Forum 2012

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Citrix Virtual Computing Forum 2012

When: Tuesday, 12th June 2012
Time: 08:30 - 15:30
Where: Guinness Storehouse, Dublin 8


The annual Virtual Computing Forum, organised by Citrix Systems and its
Irish distributor DataSolutions, is set to take place once again on
Tuesday, 12th June in Dublin's Guinness Storehouse. This year the focus
will be on the effects of the consumerisation of IT and cloud computing
on the management of IT for Irish businesses.

The event will provide Irish businesses, with the knowledge of how and
when they should implement 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) policies and
how virtualisation technologies are making the transition to this style
of working easier and more secure.

A new addition to this year's agenda is the Expert Bar, where attendees
will be given the opportunity to get one-to-one advice from industry
experts. They will be able to ask in-depth questions around the topics
being discussed at the event including cloud computing, consumerisation,
and desktop transformation, and can also take part in live
demonstrations.

International speaker and entertainer, David Meade, from BBC's "The
David Meade Project", will look after proceedings for the day. Irish
organisations will discuss their experiences, including Rehab Group who
will describe how they provided high performance, customised desktops to
750 students of the National Learning Network using desktop
virtualisation.

Other speakers include Microsoft, Wyse Technology and Aruba Networks and
those who attend the event will:
- Hear from Irish organisations who have adopted virtualisation and
cloud strategies to meet the business challenges of today and what's in
store for the future
- Discover how to leverage existing Citrix investment and gain the
benefits of desktop virtualisation without reinventing the wheel.

Sponsors of this year's event include Microsoft, Wyse, Aruba Networks,
RSA Security, Atlantis Computing and SilverLine.

To register or for further information please go to:
www.virtualcomputingforum.ie. The event is free to attend but places are
limited, and will be filled on a first come, first served basis.