What happens when over 5,000 Nutanix Channel Partners from over 71 countries gather in one place? Jazz bands, Mardi Gras parades, and product announcements are just the start. Check out what people are saying:
According to the New York Times, 43% of Americans say they work remotely, and the trend is growing. Employees are pushing employers to change the standard way things are done and challenging the status quo.
Nine years ago, Nutanix opened its doors with the mission to bring web-scale IT to the enterprise. Now, Nutanix is preparing for their annual summit, now in it’s fourth year, inviting enterprises and channel partners alike to “Imagine what’s next.”
Key Focus of Nutanix Next 2018
Next 2018 features over 60 sessions for both beginners and experts of the Nutanixinfrastructure. Broad topics include:
As of 2017, cloud computing solutions became the “new normal.”
That is quite a bold statement, but we don’t make it without proof. In fact, it was Synergy Research Group’s Chief Analyst, John Dinsdale, who penned the words with the release of the 2017 Cloud Market Report by the research group.
Vendors from around the world are busy making last minute preparations for the 9th annual Ingram Micro Cloud Summit, one of the largest cloud-focused partner events in North America. This years Cloud Summit is inviting the channel to “Tap the Infinite Potential of Cloud.”
In a little over two months, Citrix XenApp 6.5 will reach the end of its life as Citrix works to migrate users to 7.x almost eight years after its release in August 2011. If you haven’t started planning your migration, you need to start now.
Citrix’s XenDesktop and related products have been a long-time leader in VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) technology. But as the market moves from on-prem systems to the more robust and flexible cloud solutions, companies are increasingly looking to convert their Citrix Licenses to a cloud-based implementation.