Date(s) - 03/24/2016
12:00 pm EDT - 1:00 pm EDT
Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
With the latest releases of their core business product set, Microsoft has significantly advanced the strategy defined by former CEO Steve Ballmer as “Software with a Service.” The newest Windows and Office put their cloud integration capabilities front and center, demanding your firm undertake a careful consideration of cloud services to get the most out of the products. Indeed, dismissing the ‘cloudiness’ in Windows 10 and Office 2016 requires a deliberate act of defiance. While many firms are evaluating and testing cloud services, most are not ready to jump in with both feet and will want to strip out these cloud integration points to keep their applications and content safely stored within their own infrastructure.
We will explore the tantalizing benefits the cloud brings to Windows 10 and Office 2016, but also provide detailed guidance on how to remove the cloud from what is likely to be your next desktop.
As a separate topic, we’ll address one of the biggest issues presented by any desktop deployment project — the effective delivery and management of user applications, settings and data. FSLogix provides an innovative and simplified solution in this arena which solves many of the challenges firms have struggled to overcome with legacy application virtualization solutions.
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Armen Gharibian, a Desktop and Applications Architect at Helient Systems LLC, is an IT professional with over eight years of systems management and technical support experience. Armen has expertise in information technologies ranging from hardware and software to system security and networking, with a strong emphasis on the Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager and Operations Manager.
Robert Kadish, the Director of Sales at FSLogix, is a senior member of the company’s sales specialist staff with over 15 years in technology sales experience. In his career focused on introducing new products in the area of workspace virtualization, Robert has held direct sales roles at industry leading companies such as Ardence (acquired by Citrix), AppStream (acquired by Symantec), Atlantis Computing and RES Software.
Jamie Engelhard, the Chief Technology Officer at Helient Systems, is a systems architect, business analyst and hands-on systems engineer. As one of the founding partners of Helient, Jamie specializes in end-user computing, with a sharp focus on several key areas such as designing fully redundant virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions, operating systems and application deployment, customization, integration and management, legal document management systems, load testing and benchmarking, and end-user experience optimization.
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