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Pano Logic Launches Desktop Virtualization Seminar Series
Pano Logic, the leader in centralized virtual desktops, today announced the launch of its free Desktop Virtualization Seminar Series, which will be held in cities around the country beginning Tuesday, May 5, 2009. Attendees will learn about the benefits of desktop virtualization, hear about best practices and lessons learned from real-world implementation experiences and receive a hands-on experience with desktop virtualization. Registration information and a list of cities and dates for the seminar series can be found at www.panologic.com/seminars.

The two-hour educational seminars will have industry experts presenting on a number of topics including:

  • The business benefits of deploying thin- or zero-client endpoints
  • Real-world customer experiences with desktop virtualization
  • Overview of the technology components that make up a typical virtual desktop infrastructure deployment

“This is a great educational experience for those wanting to know how virtualization fits into their desktop plans, or who just want to get a better understanding of how to best deploy their current virtual desktop infrastructure,” said Bryan Cox, Executive VP of Worldwide Field Operations at Pano Logic. “As the costs to maintain and support traditional PCs continue to increase, many organizations seeking to reduce the burden on their IT staff are focusing on the desktop. These seminars will demonstrate how easy it can be to get started with desktop virtualization, and quickly begin saving on staffing, equipment and power costs.”

For more information, to see the list of scheduled seminars and locations, or to request a seminar in your area, please visit www.panologic.com/seminars.

Published Tuesday, May 05, 2009 9:18 AM by David Marshall
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