Thursday, July 19, 2012
10:00 AM PT/ 1:00 PM ET
- John Lyons, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager, Dell Inc.
- Denis Gaudreault, Business Development Manager, Intel Canada Federal
The workplace is changing. Regardless of your role, the traditional work place and work day is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. The reality of a 24 hour global work cycle and advances in consumer technology combined with the ubiquity of the Internet and changing beliefs among the population has impacted the way we work. In addition, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends promise flexibility and increased productivity through leveraging the choice of any device, and anytime anywhere access to the workplace.
These changes impact IT and challenge traditional ways IT manages and supports end point devices. There are now multiple end points, device types, and operating systems entering your workplace and accessing your environment.
Join John Lyons of Dell and Rich Nockels of Intel, where they will discuss:
- Trends in end point convergence
- Tangible strategies and Best Practices for responding to BYOD trends in your organization
- Solutions for optimizing end point management and support in your environment
- Ways to realize productivity gains through taking control of heterogeneous end point management
- Addressing security and management needs
John Lyons, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager, Dell Inc.
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John is an End User Computing Field Marketing Manager with Dell. In this position, he is responsible for driving end-user solutions marketing activities to help promote Dell's world class delivery of solutions and services. He partners closely with sales teams, customers, Dell solutions teams, business intelligence and marketing teams.
John has over 15 years of experience with corporate technology holding various positions in sales management and marketing. John is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he also served as a Captain in the US Army.
Rich Nockels, Marketing Manager, Intel
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Rich, after having graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Mechanical Engineering in 1989, has spent his career with both Motorola and Intel. In his 13 years at Intel, he has focused primarily on marketing efforts around the business PC segment. These efforts include the creation of marketing messages for Intel's vPro technology and client virtualization strategies, supporting end customer sales engagements, and training field sales teams on the wide variety of Intel's client computing product lines.
Denis Gaudreault, Business Development Manager, Intel Canada Federal
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Denis Gaudreault is Business Development Manager for Intel Canada Federal team, responsible for driving Intel's architecture with both enterprises and the Canadian Government in order to create business value through the effective adoption of information technology best practices and the innovative use of technology.
Denis has held various sales and technical positions during his 12 years at Intel. His areas of expertise include technological developments, the disruptive impact of technology, and the effect of both on corporate and Governmental strategies.
Denis also currently teaches at the University du Québec for its Masters IT Engineering program.
Denis holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (B.Eng.) and a Master's Degree in Business Administration (MBA).
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