Quick recap: BriForum 2012 taps into mobile topics

Quick recap: BriForum 2012 taps into mobile topics

Date: Jul 26, 2012

BriForum 2012 Chicago kicked off with experts and attendees alike chomping at the bit to discuss desktop virtualization and the consumerization of IT. Hot topics at this year's show include bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, initiatives, how to get started with VDI, and some of the challenges that the mobile age brings for IT. In this video, Gabe Knuth, Brian Madden's partner in crime, talks about the conference so far, and gives a preview of what's to come on day three.

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