BriForum 2011 Chicago

BriForum 2011 Chicago

BriForum 2011 Chicago

Date: Jul 20, 2011

If you didn't make it to BriForum 2011 in Chicago this week, check out this video from the show floor with VDI expert and BriForum creator Brian Madden, who talks with industry analyst Gabe Knuth about what's happening there.

They also discuss desktop virtualization trends, such as cloud hosted virtual desktops, client hypervisors, Windows virtual desktops and some impressive desktop virtualization products. They also highlight some of the technical sessions being presented at the conference and Madden shows off the coolest vendor schwag.

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