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Virtual Bridges CEO Jim Curtin to Present at Booz Allen Technology Event

Virtual Bridges, Inc. announced that chief executive officer Jim Curtin will present at the upcoming Booz Allen Technology Focus Group, an emerging technology series designed to help federal, state and local governments solve their most complex challenges. Curtin will discuss today’s desktop transformation and showcase how VDI Gen2 is solving desktop management challenges that have hindered organizations for years.

Who: Jim Curtin, CEO Virtual Bridges,

What: Booz Allen Technology Focus Group

Where: Washington DC

When: Thursday, January 5, 2012; 3:30 p.m. EDT

Today’s worldwide personal computing market continues to face rapid change as users deploy Windows 7 and implement emerging cloud-based desktop offerings. In response, many organizations are turning to VDI Gen2 to manage, provision and secure desktops. The latest VDI offerings offers support for Windows and Linux and ensure all users receive the same high quality experience regardless of where they are located, or whether they are connected, disconnected or at a branch location.

Those attending this event to hear will learn about Virtual Bridges’ Virtual Enterprise Remote Desktop Environment (VERDE), which offers organizations unified monitoring and management of virtual desktops, multimedia support, and advanced cloud branch capabilities, including disaster recovery and business continuity. VERDE can scale up to ten thousand clustered servers or scale down to a single-server configuration. Attendees will also hear how one of the largest electronic product manufacturers in the world recently implemented VERDE to provide support for both Linux and Windows, improve efficiency and centralize the management of all desktops through a single console.

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Published Wednesday, January 04, 2012 3:06 PM by David Marshall
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