End user computing trends, predictions, and best practices for 2020

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Nowadays business consumers expect a modern workspace to get work done, recruiting and retaining new talent has become a bigger challenge, and keeping employees engaged and productive has become more difficult than ever. IT departments are faced with an increasingly mobile workforce with devices that need to be updated, optimized, and secured no matter where they are in the world. That's why Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) is disrupting end user computing and virtual desktop infrastructure, and companies like Google and Microsoft are getting into the mix. They're partnering with end user computing firms to create solutions that can run remote applications and desktops on any device, vastly improving the user experience and making the lives of your business consumers and IT department so much easier. Data is centralized and infinitely more secure, the IT department can manage thousands of workspaces anywhere in the world from one console, and the end user's device, whether it's their own or corporate-owned is optimized, making the experience faster and easier to use than ever. For a look at the latest developments in End User Computing (EUC), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and DaaS, the pros and cons of VDI versus DaaS, unique use cases and more, don't miss this VB Live event! Registration is free here! Key takeaways: + Tips and advice for VDI and DaaS success in 2020 + How DaaS and VDI is evolving, and how to prepare your IT department + Pros and cons for Desktop-as-a-Service vs. VDI + Best practice for DaaS in public clouds and on-premises Speakers: + Ruben Spruijt, Senior Technologist at Nutanix and former CTO at Frame + Stewart Rogers, Analyst at Large, VentureBeat

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