Desktop Virtualization: Stop Trying to Reinvent the Wheel

Desktop Virtualization: Stop Trying to Reinvent the Wheel

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Patrick Rouse
Principal Microsoft Solution Planning Architect
Dell Cloud Client Computing
Patrick Rouse
Patrick Rouse is the principal Microsoft solution planning architect in Dell Cloud Client Computing. He’s a seven-time recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award for Remote Desktop Services and started his technology career in the United States Marine Corps.
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Demi Albuz
Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Microsoft
Demi Albuz
Demi Albuz is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager responsible for the core product management of Microsoft’s Desktop Virtualization solution and products. Demi holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Marmara University in Turkey and a MBA degree from University of Washington. Demi’s career spans over ten years of technical business-to-business marketing, with experience in multiple disciplines ranging from product planning and strategic marketing to global business unit management. She is passionate about customer-centric marketing and keeps the customers’ needs front and center in everything she does.

Are you considering a desktop virtualization deployment on Hyper-V? Now, you can reap the benefits of cloud client computing with a single architecture to deliver VDI (pooled and persistent), remote desktops (Sessions) and Application virtualization.

Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Leverage your IT department’s in-house Microsoft skills.
  • Deploy a desktop virtualization solution with Lync 2013 and Windows 8.1.
  • Choose between Traditional and Converged data center form factors.
  • Support BYOD programs as well as PC or Thin Client endpoints.

Register for this webinar to learn how a single management console allows IT to deliver the right technology to the right set of users, to maximize their user experience reducing the number of vendor components that need to be integrated and limiting the number of consoles required for management to one, in most deployments.

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