The Parallels team has just returned from Angelbeat Miami and are already planning the next big Angelbeat events—one in Charlotte on November 10, 2015 and one in Philadelphia on November 16, 2015. Will you be there?

Ron Gerber, CEO of Angelbeat, will once again welcome the most relevant technology experts. Developers, business analysts, and IT managers will meet to learn more about market trends and how to face the challenges of the coming years. During the event, the Parallels team will present Parallels Remote Application Server, a complete solution for application delivery.

Angelbeat is a great forum to learn about top IT issues from Google, Microsoft, VMware, IBM, Dell, Kaspersky, Parallels and other industry leaders. Read below for more on what we’ll be presenting on:

How to Deliver Virtual Applications on Any Device, at Any Time

With Parallels

With the cloud revolution, application streaming, VDI, and hosted apps taking center stage, office desktops that host applications have become a thing of the past. Applications are clearly essential to the work environment, and application virtualization is an easy way to manage, distribute, and maintain corporate applications. Virtual applications run on a server while end users view and interact with their applications over a network via a remote display protocol. In his presentation, Parallels’ own Danny Brown will walk through the main challenges organizations face when adopting a virtual application environment:

  • Managing the complexity of RDS and VDI
  • Ensuring a consistent end user experience with BYOD
  • Getting employees to accept application virtualization
  • Maximizing ROI

Parallels is a global leader in cross-platform solutions which make it possible and simple for customers to use and access applications and files they need on any device or operating system.

In addition our session, we’re really excited for some of the other presenters! Here are a few more presentations we’re really looking forward to:

Top Five Tips for Educating Employees about Cybersecurity

With Kaspersky

Corporate cybercrime is usually blamed on outsiders, but sometimes employees can represent the biggest threat to your organization’s IT security. Kaspersky is the world’s largest privately held security vendor, operating in 200 countries and protecting 400 million users.

Top Ten Checklist for Securing Your Network

With AccelOps

Anthem, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, Target… Seemingly every day, another large and sophisticated company suffers a major security breach. In this era of DevOps, software-defined everything and the Internet of Things, current security tools are increasingly vulnerable and (as these examples demonstrate) cannot prevent attacks by sophisticated hackers.

Next Generation Firewalls

With Dell SonicWALL and Promas

Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) perform the typical functions of traditional firewalls—packet filtering, network- and port-address translation (NAT), inspection, and virtual private network (VPN) support—but include more layers of the OSI model to improve filtering of network traffic depending on the packet contents.

Best Practice Guide for Wi-Fi, Exploring the World of “Connected Intelligence”

With Aerohive

By the end of 2013 there were more mobile devices than people on earth, and by 2020 it’s predicted that 24 billion devices will be connected to the Internet.

DR, Backup and Business Continuity for Virtualized Data Centers, and Private/Public/Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure

With Zerto

Enterprises of all sizes are rapidly deploying applications on virtualized IT infrastructures and private, public and/or hybrid cloud architectures. However, the values of virtualization/cloud, including flexibility, scalability, and mobility can conflict with your ability to recover mission-critical information in the event of disaster.

We hope to see you there!

Parallels Remote Application Server



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