IGEL’s DISRUPT forum brings together technology thought leaders to address the latest challenges in End User Computing
Register to see the latest End User Computing innovations, hear from industry experts and leading solutions providers or attend technical boot camps
Reading, UK. November 27th, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced plans for its DISRUPT end user computing forum in Bremen, Germany, running from January 17-19th, 2018. DISRUPT will bring together technology thought leaders to discuss the latest innovations in end user computing and workspace management, demonstrate the latest solutions and provide technical training. Registration is open now.
“Virtual Desktop Infrastructures and End User Computing innovations are creating new opportunities for IT managers to more effectively and efficiently manage their desktops, ” said Iris Hatzenbichler-Durchschlag, IGEL European Director of Marketing. “DISRUPT will provide a new European platform to bring together these ground-breaking solution providers with the industry’s thought leaders and businesses IT administrators to address the workspace challenges of the moment. Challenges such as migrating to Windows 10, finding secure ways to manage endpoints, protect data and secure the desktop. Many of these same organisations are also looking at innovative ways to securely deliver applications, data and desktops from the cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft to any device. DISRUPT is a chance for attendees to see the latest innovations in action and to talk to a range of industry experts about the way forward.”
High profile DISRUPT event speakers include Nathan Hill of Gartner, Brian Gammage of VMware, and Mike Schuhmacher, CEO and founder of Lakeside Software. For those looking to be trained and certified to use IGEL solutions such as UD Pocket, IGEL Cloud Gateway and Universal Management Suite, there will also be Technical Boot Camp sessions.
The European DISRUPT forum will take place at the GOP & Steigenberger Hotel in Bremen. Participation costs €49 per person. Tickets including an overnight stay at the GOP & Steigenberger Hotel cost €149 or two nights for €249. Following the event in Germany, two further DISRUPT forums will be taking place in Austin, USA (February 6-8) and Melbourne, Australia (March 13-14).
For more information and to register visit: https://www.igel.com/disrupt-emea/#sponsors