With maximum telework in motion, Federal IT teams are exploring ways to improve the employee experience, maximize productivity, and strengthen remote environment security. Every agency is juggling too many competing priorities and working to overcome legacy technology limitations. Three tech-sector veterans, in conjunction with MeriTalk, will cut through the confusion about an important aspect of the new tech environment – the virtual desktop experience – during a virtual tech briefing set for Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm Eastern time. The complementary briefing will explain how to make the virtual desktop experience productive, efficient, and safe.
MeriTalk’s Director of Government Programs Caroline Boyd will moderate the Virtual Tech Briefing, which will explain how to provide a high-quality virtual desktop experience while also securing data with virtual GPU (vGPU).
Headlining the briefing will be Government Acquisitions CTO Prem Jadhwani, NVIDIA’s Senior Solution Architect of Professional Visualization Eric Kana, and Alexander Romero, VMware’s Director of Strategy in the CTO Office.
The trio of tech experts will dive into topics including:
- The benefits of vGPU for all employees in a remote work environment;
- How to improve manageability and security against advanced cyber threats; and
- The power of NVIDIA vGPU technology and Dell PowerEdge Servers within a cloud environment.
The briefing, called “Ready, Set, Go Virtual: Expanding the Remote Workforce”, is now open for registration.