Karin Kelley, Analyst, Infrastructure Software, 451 Research; Sean Donahue, Sr. Director of Global Alliances, RES Software
The way people work today has been transformed. Today’s users want access to enterprise IT services 24/7 from any location, and a traditional PC simply does not support this. However, to accommodate the flexible workstyles of mobile workers, IT is forced to come up with solutions for managing this increasingly complex environment. Workspace virtualization helps IT take on the challenges of mobility and security, while maintaining productivity across every line of business. In fact, workspace virtualization enables IT to centrally deliver, manage and secure the key elements of a user’s computing experience, independently of workstyles and devices.
Join us for your 5 step guide to:
•Operate much more efficiently
•Lower the cost of daily operations
•Improve the user experience dramatically
•Boost security & compliance with context awareness and automation
About the Presenters:
Karin Kelley, Analyst, Infrastructure Software, 451 Research
Karin is an Analyst with 451 Research's Infrastructure Computing for the Enterprise (ICE) practice. With a key focus on workspace virtualization, Karin also specializes in systems management in distributed desktop environments. Karin's IT industry experience began in 1997 as a research and administrative assistant in Merrill Lynch's Palo Alto technology investment banking office.
Sean Donahue, Senior Director of Global Alliances, RES Software
Sean has spent the greater part of the past 20 years evangelizing and working across Citrix and Microsoft technologies. Prior to RES, Sean spent 5 years working at Microsoft in the System Center Alliance group managing the partners in the App-V ecosystem as well as the Citrix alliance. Sean came to Microsoft through the acquisition of Softricity in 2006. In his current role at RES Software Sean owns the strategic alliances programs and manages all ISV relationships including Citrix, Microsoft, VMware as well as Tier 2 ISVs.