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VDI presentation by Mitch Garvis

Sean W.
user 10361686
Group Organizer
Victoria, BC
Hey folks,

While this event isn't about SharePoint, it is Microsoft focused (Windows, etc.).  Free Food and Knowledge. Yum.  ;)

Microsoft has asked me to host this event and bring Mitch Garvis (MVP) to town to present on “Managing VDI”.

To register for the event, please visit the following: http://bit.ly/JVZ6Zy­

Here’s the event summary. Maybe see you there!

Sean

 

Ps. Please pass this along to anyone that you think might be interested in this event.

 

Architecting and Supporting the Back-End Infrastructure for the Consumerization of IT

This two-hour session will show you how to plan for, build, and manage your VDI environment on Microsoft’s Hyper-V, using Citrix’s Xen Desktop and System Center Virtual Machine Manager to manage it, including creating templates, easy provisioning, and improving the end-user experience.

Come see how you can make your life easier while giving the end user what they want in a safe and secure way!

Note: This is a free event and refreshments will be provided.

Bio:
Mitch Garvis is a Renaissance Man of the IT world.  Aside from being a partner with SWMI Consulting Group, he is a Virtual Partner Technology Advisor for Microsoft Canada and has contributed to numerous certification exams for Microsoft Learning.  He seems to collect certifications, and trains on a variety of topics including System Center, server virtualization, desktop deployment, and security.  We think that parts of Windows 7 really were his idea.  You can read his blog at www.garvis.ca, or follow him on Twitter as @MGarvis.  He makes his home outside Toronto where he has one wife, two kids, two dogs, and two minutes to himself per day.
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