Citrix Technology Exchange: Cloud computing, mobile workstyles and desktop virtualisation
At this year’s Citrix Technology Exchange, discover how you can incorporate cloud services into your organisation to add extra capacity and flexibility as well as how virtualisation can improve control, speed up migration processes and securely deliver apps and data to any device, anywhere.
Don’t miss your opportunity to meet and question the product experts, network with your peers and see the latest technologies in action, including:
- Product demos of the latest cloud services and collaboration products
- Desktop Transformation Tool Kits
- Virtual Computing Demo Centre
- Technical Tips and Tricks
- Technical Q&A
Each tech exchange opens at 8.30am and concludes at 5pm. Light Refreshments will be available throughout the day including Morning Coffee, Lunch and Afternoon Tea.
To register, please visit
Date and Time
Finish: 26th July 2012
July 19 2012
SMC Conference & Function Centre
Grand Lodge Room, 66 Goulburn Street, 2000
July 24 2012
July 26 2012
Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre
Auditorium, 2 Clarendon Street, South Wharf, 3006
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