Since Windows 7 arrived 12 years ago the IT landscape has changed unrecognisably. Back then there were no smartphones no IoS and no Android. Employees are now mobile and it is no longer a Windows world. Many of the changes in Windows 10 from the unified application experience to the support for third party enterprise mobile management (EMM) solutions reflect this new world. During this web seminar we’ll be looking at how organisations can get the most out of Windows 10 to support their extended workforce.
In summary then, Migrating from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 is a leap from a past dominated by the PC into the present where mobile devices are king. During this web seminar we'll be looking at how organisations can make use of this new flexibility, and asking what is holding so many IT departments back.
EMEA Solution Product Marketing, Empower the Digital Workspace, VMwareView presenter info
Andy Philp leads EMEA Solution Product Marketing for VMware’s “Empower the Digital Workspace” Solution. Enterprise consumerization is driving digital transformation. VMware Workspace ONE™ harnesses consumerization and empowers the digital workspace by delivering a consumer-simple experience with enterprise-class security.
Andy has worked with End-User Computing solutions for over 15 years, the previous 5 years leading End-User Computing Product and Portfolio Marketing for EMEA at VMware. Before joining VMware, Andy was a Global Product Manager at Novell for ZENworks, an integrated suite of End-User Computing products. Andy has a BSc in Computing and Information Technology from the University of Surrey.
Lecturer in Programming and Software Engineering, University of HullView presenter info
Rob Miles has spent a lot of his life getting people programming. He’s written numerous books on software development and learning to program, including the highly popular C# Yellow Book. He has had an interest in mobile development since the early days of Windows CE and has shipped mobile products and presented at numerous Microsoft conferences on wide a range of topics including universal applications development, Internet of Things and the cloud and chatbots. He’s even been known to give technical lectures in rhyme for charity, including one memorable session about Windows Phone 7 development. He blogs (every day) at www.robmiles.com and you can find him on Twitter at @RobMiles
Editorial Director, ComputingView presenter info
Stuart Sumner is editorial director of Computing, V3 and the Inquirer.
During his time at Incisve Media he has overseen the transition of Computing from a print-first publication, to a truly multi-channel media brand encompassing events, website and apps, whilst ensuring it retains the same depth and authority of content on which its reptuation is founded.
He is also responsible for Computing's sister titles V3 and the Inquirer.
Previously he spent 10 years in the IT industry as a programme manager, where he was responsible for the delivery of corporate WAN rollouts for global blue-chip companies.
Stuart has also written for Time Out and IPC Media, and in his spare time writes scripted comedy for TV and radio.