Are You Part of The Inside Track?
Have you heard about The Inside Track? I first heard about The Inside Track back in July 2017, when I received an email invitation to join a new LinkedIn group called “The Inside Track – End User Computing” from my friends and colleagues over at Liquidware Labs—or just Liquidware, as they like to be referred to now. Curiosity ended up getting the better of me, and I started to do a little research to see what I could discover about The Inside Track.
As it turns out, Liquidware is the founder and an inaugural cosponsor of The Inside Track, along with IGEL and NVIDIA as the other inaugural cosponsors. The vision and initial concept for The Inside Track were for it to be a new and exclusive community for the end user computing (EUC) influencers. These influencers comprise people who are outspoken bloggers, media types, and industry and technology community influencers. To bring everyone together, Liquidware, NVIDIA, and IGEL hosted The Inside Track inaugural event at VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Inside Track event got things started with some socializing and pre-dinner drinks, which I am sure helped stimulate some interaction between the influencers and some of the representatives from the cosponsors. Once everyone had the opportunity to socialize, the evening continued with a nice dinner over some interesting technical presentations from the cosponsors that highlighted the new technologies from those companies and the contributions each of them were making to help drive and improve the end user computing technology segment.
Each of these companies showcased some exciting and interesting new technologies this year. Liquidware demoed the latest versions of the award-winning UEM, app layering, and visibility solutions in its portfolio, including ProfileUnity, FlexApp, and Stratusphere. NVIDIA shared advancements it has made with its software and hardware solutions and highlighted the positive effects the new graphics processing unit (GPU) was having with GPU-accelerated computing models. IGEL focused on its endpoint management software and its ability to convert any x86 device and control every device from one easy-to-manage platform that instantly works in your preferred environment, which will help with faster rollouts and seamless integration.
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Via the fine folks at Liquidware.