Ideate Presents: Virtualization New Horizon

The Business Case for Firms
Tuesday, February 5
Free; Lunch is included

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Is your hardware struggling to keep up with the advancements in software technology? This live demonstration will focus on demystifying virtualization in an A/E/C environment. Citrix, the market leader in application delivery and cloud technologies along with Autodesk “Citrix Ready” products, empowers Architects / Engineers / Contractors with the benefits of virtualization, being able to work from anywhere on any device with workstation comparable performance. IT departments benefit from reduced management costs and improved data security by centralizing both applications and data onto central servers. This presentation will explore both the pain and benefits associated with migrating to a virtualized environment with Citrix and Autodesk design solutions.

In this presentation you’ll learn about:

•             What is virtualization?

•             What are the business issues companies are having?

•             What is business benefit in using virtualization?

•             Autodesk + Virtualization – unique implementation issues

•             Ideate’s virtualization solution – how it fits your needs

Who Should Attend: Principals, IT professionals and CAD Administrators who need to make hardware purchases or recommendations.

About the Presenter: David Haynes, NCARB, PMP, LEED AP, Director of Consulting.  David had his own architectural practice and was President of a commercial design-build construction company for 15 years. A graduate of University of Arizona, he has worked as an Architect, contractor, developer and as a national construction manager for a national retailer. David currently provides business process analysis, virtualization and change management solutions for AEC clients across the United States involved in the design and building industry.

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