I’ll be at IPExpo, Earls Court 2, London on the 16th and 17th with some of the team from cloudDNA – if you are coming along to the event pop over and say hello, we might even have a spare ‘I love NetScaler’ pin badge for you if you mention this blog!

I’ve also been asked to present a seminar session in the Citrix Desktop Virtualisation theatre at 13:10 on Thursday the 17th in whats being dubbed a ‘lunch and learn’ time slot – grab a sandwich and come and take a seat for a 30 min look at NetScaler in the virtual desktop and application environment, if it’s anything like the sessions last year come early to avoid having to stand at the back! Here’s the seminar overview….

Serious about service levels? Why you need Citrix NetScaler.

Delivering a consistent user experience across an ever-increasingly diverse range of devices has become a day-to-day challenge for thousands of organisations. Add the need to support mobile users, often with poor network connectivity, along with the ever present risk of data security and it’s easy to see how costs and complexity of virtual desktop infrastructures can rapidly spiral out of control. If allocating more budget isn’t an option, projects risk delay or even cancellation, further widening the gap between user expectations and the services delivered…

In this session Al Taylor, Co-founder at Citrix Cloud Networking specialists cloudDNA, will be discussing how organisations of all sizes are using Citrix NetScaler to ensure users get secure access to the content they expect, when they need it, from what ever device they choose. The session will also look at how administrators get to keep control with unrivalled visibility in to actual service performance levels for every one of those users, reducing support overheads and maintaining those demanding service levels.

Join us to hear how Citrix NetScaler, the world’s most advanced cloud networking platform, is changing the way the world works and plays.

Stand B64 in the Citrix Mobility and Cloud Village. See you there!

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9th October 2013