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Enabling Remote Workforce Productivity with AWS

We live in a uniquely challenging world today where we find ourselves in an unpredictable situation with Covid-19. As a result of this, a majority of the global workforce has begun to work remotely. If your organization utilizes legacy software and applications to run the bulk of your business activities, and do not have a remote work plan in place, now is an important time to look at what options are available to support your employees to help them maintain productivity, while avoiding further workforce disruption.

Learn how you can gain the scalability, security, and global reach of AWS’ network by leveraging Amazon WorkSpaces, a fully managed, secure virtual cloud desktop, and Amazon Appstream 2.0, an application streaming service able to easily stream desktop applications to any device running a web browser.

What we’ll cover:
- A deep dive comparison on Amazon WorkSpaces & Amazon Appstream 2.0
- How to enable a remote workforce based on your position on the remote-ready spectrum
- Enabling your proprietary or legacy applications for remote access
- How to optimize your cloud resources during times of lower utilization
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    Sean Anderson, Sr. Cloud Business Consultant at Onica, and Chris Suchy, Sr. Technical Account Manager at CloudHealth
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    Eric Miller, Senior Director, Customer Solution Architecture, Onica, a Rackspace Company
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  • Enabling Remote Workforce Productivity with AWS Recorded: May 21 2020 42 mins
    Michael Bordash, Lead Cloud Architect and Connie Chen, Field Marketing Specialist at Onica, a Rackspace Company
    We live in a uniquely challenging world today where we find ourselves in an unpredictable situation with Covid-19. As a result of this, a majority of the global workforce has begun to work remotely. If your organization utilizes legacy software and applications to run the bulk of your business activities, and do not have a remote work plan in place, now is an important time to look at what options are available to support your employees to help them maintain productivity, while avoiding further workforce disruption.

    Learn how you can gain the scalability, security, and global reach of AWS’ network by leveraging Amazon WorkSpaces, a fully managed, secure virtual cloud desktop, and Amazon Appstream 2.0, an application streaming service able to easily stream desktop applications to any device running a web browser.

    What we’ll cover:
    - A deep dive comparison on Amazon WorkSpaces & Amazon Appstream 2.0
    - How to enable a remote workforce based on your position on the remote-ready spectrum
    - Enabling your proprietary or legacy applications for remote access
    - How to optimize your cloud resources during times of lower utilization
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