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Citrix Synergy 2016 and Why You Should Attend

Citrix Synergy is upon us again and this year they have relocated the conference to Las Vegas due to construction that is currently underway at the Moscone Center in San Francisco (their home for the past several years).  This year will be the first Citrix Synergy conference since the departure of former CEO, Mark Templeton.  VMblog is fortunate to be attending and will be delivering videos and information from the conference that takes place from May 24-26 at the Venetian.

This year they have 108 hours of breakouts in sessions of 45, 60 and 90 minutes and 40 sessions built for customers by customer and partners, as well as 171 hours of intensive learning labs.  The keynote will feature the new president and CEO, Kirill Tatarinov who will share his unique perspective on the digital transformation impacting the world today, how it powers new opportunities for business and enhances the way we work and live. The convergence of Cloud, Mobile and Big Data is driving a need for change in a way that can bridge the present and future while realizing business outcomes along the journey.

Get inspired by the technology that is leading digital business transformation during the General Session. The dynamic General Session will reinforce the Citrix strategy for secure delivery of apps and data with deep dives from product leaders who will cover major areas of innovation across the Citrix portfolio. Cool demos of the latest Citrix advancements as well as insights into what’s coming next will offer you new possibilities for your IT strategy.

Throughout the week you will find numerous opportunities to network as you walk the Expo floor and visit the many companies in the Citrix ecosystem.  Then, to finish the week, Citrix will be throwing a party like no one else can as they close down Fremont street for a private block party featuring a live performance from the band Fall Out Boy.  Visit the official website of Citrix Synergy for more info.

See you there!


Published Monday, April 11, 2016 6:35 PM by David Marshall
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