Understanding mobility and what it does right now and in the future to our environment is huge. So I’d like to share two sources of presentations which explained the challenges and situations very sharp and brief to me. The first one is from Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) who is a partner at A16Z about “Mobile is eating … More Two Fundamental Sources About Why #Mobility Is Changing The World
Again, VMware did another acquisition in the market for End-user computing and bought Immidio. There have been rumors before on several sources like for example Gabe Knuth from BrianMadden.com in his post back in October 2014 “If VMware wants into the UEM space, should they build or buy? A look at who they might target … More #VMware continuous momentum in End-User Computing and acquired #Immidio #EUC
Being at conferences is always inspiring to me. This week I’ve been to Zurich to speak about IT Workspaces in the future. In preparation of the speech I have found a great visual from Gartner which describes best the changes and forces in the mobile and endpoint computing market of the past, today and in the future: … More Reshaping End-User Computing #EUC
It was a huge Marketing event April 9th, when VMware announced the next major version of its End-User Computing flagship Horizon. All Marketing activities and channels were focusing on this only live event opened by Sumit Dhawan. More than 20,000 people participated this webcast. The recording can be found here: Tune in to our live stream NOW for … More #VMware #Horizon6 – my 2cents
First of all I wish everyone a Happy New Year! Today VMware UK mentioned me in a tweet: 2014 predictions from @simoneady @jeremyjbowman and @virtual_patrick – http://t.co/dMajQzahQF — VMware UK (@VMware_UK) January 1, 2014 I am very happy about the fact VMware has chosen my latest blogpost about “My Top 7 IT Trends for 2014 … More 2014 predictions from @VMware_UK
This week I was able to attend a German conference about Cloud Computing and Virtualization from Vogel IT. It was great to see how most speakers repeat to continue to spread the standard message of their vendors – a sign that field marketing in Germany is working. Of course they have been some keynotes added real … More #Microsoft leads Germany, but do they really lead End-User Computing?