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Devon IT, IBM and VMware to Host "Smarter Desktop" Virtualization Event in New York
Devon IT, a leading alternative desktop solution company, IBM and VMware will host a virtualization event to educate IT personnel about of the cost-savings capabilities of virtual desktops at IBM’s Madison Avenue office in New York City on Wednesday, April 1st, 2009.

Presentations will start at 10:00AM at the IBM offices at 590 Madison Avenue in New York City. Space is limited and interested customers are encouraged to register for this free event at This half day event concludes at 1:00PM with a complimentary lunch. Location details are provided upon registration.

Information technology executives in all-sized industries are invited to attend the seminar. Executives from Devon IT, IBM and other industry thought leaders such as VMware will host a series of discussions on how companies are benefiting from desktop virtualization.

“Devon IT is building smarter desktops for companies of all sizes and all industries, and virtualization is a cornerstone of this goal,” notes Joe Makoid, President, Devon IT. “In these difficult economic times, companies are looking to cut costs in any area of business, including IT. Virtualized desktops boast significant cost-savings benefits, from cost of deployment to energy use. This seminar brings together the leaders in alternative desktop and virtualization computing, including IBM and VMware, to educate customers on these benefits. I encourage any IT administrator who is struggling with managing costly desktops to attend.”

Attendees will also receive a coupon valid for a discount on Devon IT thin client implementations.

To register for the Virtualization Education Event, please visit For more information about Devon IT and its products and services, please visit, call 888-524-9382, or email

Published Wednesday, March 25, 2009 6:34 PM by David Marshall
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