AppSense at the VMware and IDC Desktop Virtualisation Conference 2011

There was a wealth of information given at this event around User Virtualization from AppSense, IDC, VMware, Dell, Customer Case Studies and other supporting vendors. Attendee’s heard about the increasingly essential role that user virtualization is playing in their virtual desktop projects.

As the leading user virtualization solution provider to enterprise organizations and most frequently referred to user virtualization solution throughout the event, we would like to invite you to a follow up webinar that will re-cap on the main benefits of User Virtualization and demonstrate the Appsense User Virtualization technology solution.

We will cover;

  • Cost reduction through desktop standardization
  • Enabling more effective management of the user experience, regardless of delivery mechanism
  • Accelerating the migration of users from a physical to a virtual desktop by managing all aspects of the user profile
  • Enabling IT to use combinations of application and desktop delivery technologies, since the user experience is assured
  • Acceleration of Windows 7 migration
Date: Tuesday 8th March 2011
Time: 3:00 – 3:30pm GMT
Presenter: Gareth Kitson, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Click here to secure your place  – https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/969801674

If you missed the VMware and IDC Desktop Virtualisation Conference 2011, AppSense are hosting a follow-up post event webinar for anyone who wants to see the world leading user virtualization solution in action – the AppSense Virtual User Infrastructure.

Date: Tuesday 8th March 2011
Time: 4:00 – 4:30pm GMT
Presenter: Gareth Kitson, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Click here to secure your place  – https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/161017322

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