Duration: 1 hour
More people work from home than ever before. And more organizations rely on cloud computing to support critical operations. In a world where speed and performance have become even more critical, application and cloud leaders must rethink how users consume content and stay productive. But how can you do this while ensuring a secure session? What about ensuring high performance from complex and rich applications? And how do you give users the freedom to use devices that increase productivity without restricting their ability to innovate?
In this webinar, learn how Citrix and Google Cloud are working together to change connectivity and deliver superior applications, desktops, resources, and user experiences. Specifically, we'll cover:
- The pros and cons of a connected society
- How Google Cloud and Citrix are collaborating to design the future of work
- How cloud, security, and experience can get along wonderfully
- Real-world deployment scenarios and design best practices
- How to get started with Citrix + Google Cloud
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Bill Kleyman, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Bill Kleyman is Executive Vice President of Digital Solutions at Switch. Using the latest innovative technology, Mr. Kleyman delivers solutions that help customers excel in competitive markets. As technology thought leader, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential people in the cloud landscape, and #4 in its study of top data security experts. Follow Bill on Twitter @QuadStack and @Switch.
Rick Dehlinger, Principal Solution Architect, Strategic Alliances, Citrix
A 25-year veteran of the Citrix family and founding Citrix CTP (alumni), Rick is back at Citrix as a principal solution architect on the strategic alliances' team. Having spent the latter half of his consulting/product career focused on public cloud and service providers, Rick's work these days is almost completely focused on public cloud alliances.
Jeff Allen, Solutions Architect, Google Cloud
Jeff has been a Solutions Architect with Google Cloud since April 2017 during which time he has helped customers realize their goals on Google Cloud Platform in the areas of workload virtualization, big data, and enterprise migrations. Before joining Google, Jeff held a leadership position on the cloud platform team at a large financial services company after having spent several years as a talent transformation specialist at another public cloud provider. Jeff is based in Los Angeles, California, USA at Google's Playa Vista campus.