Last week I was invited to present one session at BriForum London. BriForum is all about end-user computing as they on the website: “We live, eat and breathe at the point where end users intersect with enterprise IT technology”. A very nice conference and setup about virtualization, VDI, enterprise mobility, DaaS platforms and much more, held for the 17th time.
BriForum gives you an opportunity to interact with the speakers and fellow IT Pro’s that are attending the 30+ sessions during the two days that BriForum is happening.
During our 75 minute session we spoke about How to get started with the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite and discussed the components of that great suite. Unfortunately the WIFI was not our best friend and we were not able to show the iPad on the screens, but we were able to show most of it. See the slides we used here.
Met a lot of new people and attended the Very Important Geek (VIG) Breakfast. Nice way to interact during this early session with a cup of coffee just before the regular sessions start. What a great idea! 🙂 Also great to finally meet they guys behind the popular BrainMadden.com, Brain Madden, Jack Madden and Gabe Knuth.
Luckily we still have got the pictures. 😉