Computing IT Leaders Forum: The Future of Client Computing

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Our next event in the Computing IT Leaders Forum series, in association with Intel, will look over the horizon to see what's next for client computing

The adoption of flexible and remote working technology has become the norm. Employees are more mobile than ever before and thanks to devices like the iPad, the latest smartphones and a new generation of workers - all trying to connect with their own devices - many organisations are facing a crossroads when it comes to the desktop PC.

Our next event in the Computing IT Leaders Forum series, in association with Intel, will be future focused, looking over the horizon to see what's next for client computing.

Is it user owned, thin or thick, tablet, desktop, notebook - or all of these? Through real-world case studies and our expert CIO panel, we'll look at the business case for migration and desktop virtualisation, exploring the future for client computing.

Visit www.ITleadersForum.co.uk for more information

Register for your complimentary* place here

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