Desktop as a Service: Panacea or Hype?
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Desktop as a Service: Panacea or Hype?

Cloud - Desktop as a Service: Panacea or Hype?

Organizations are under unrelenting pressure to grow, drive efficiency, and mitigate risks. Worsening the situation, the continual onslaught of changes in workplace trends and technologies has resulted in a complex and costly, high maintenance workplace. As an answer, “Desktop as a Service” has emerged as part of an overall IT industrialization trend. DaaS promises cost savings, enables a high degree of consumerization/personalization, and transfers costs from CapEx to OpEx, while reducing or even eliminating the need for Workplace IT asset management. Can DaaS solve the challenges of an expensive, constantly changing, overly complex workplace as promised, or is this just hype? Is DaaS the Panacea we’ve all been waiting for?

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Nevin Zimmermann, Chief Technology Officer, GE Healthcare

In this role, Nevin is developing a strong partnership between infrastructure and the P&L teams, while driving operational excellence, system architecture and technical innovation. He also leads the team responsible for supporting hoste... More   View all posts

Mike Marcotte, Global CIO & head of information technology, EchoStar Corp.

Michael has full responsibility for the worldwide EchoStar Corporation Information Technology organization. EchoStar has more than 25 years of experience in designing, developing and distributing award-winning advanced television set-top bo... More   View all posts

Manish Kapoor, SVP of IS, NuStar Energy

Manish Kapoor, Senior Vice President and Head of Information Systems, is responsible for supporting the technology initiatives for various business units at NuStar Energy. NuStar is ranked the 30th best company to work by Fortune. Manish be... More   View all posts
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