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IGEL Disrupt 2023 Munich – enabling the modern digital workforce with AWS End User Computing
When it comes to providing your employees and customers with the tools required to do their job, you must support a range of requirements that regularly change. In response to customer demand, the end-user computing industry is rapidly innovating to deliver solutions that help organizations maximize worker productivity, security, and return on investment. IGEL Disrupt 2023 Munich, February 14-16, brings the end-user computing industry together for three days of education, inspiration, and insight.
AWS End User Computing (EUC) is excited to participate in this year’s event as a Silver sponsor. If you’re attending IGEL Disrupt 2023 in Munich, make sure to attend the Breakout session, led by Kevin Goodman, Director of Product Management for AWS End User Computing (EUC) on February 15th at 3:00pm. Kevin will discuss the Amazon WorkSpaces Family of products including Amazon WorkSpaces Core , and how you can accelerate your journey to the cloud without retraining users.
AWS EUC will also have a booth at the event expo where you can catch up with Kevin, the AWS EUC Sales Specialist Marc Rickmer Greiffenhagen, and WorldWide Tech Lead, Andrew Wood.
AWS designed Amazon WorkSpaces Family (Amazon WorkSpaces, Amazon WorkSpaces Core, and Amazon WorkSpaces Web) and Amazon AppStream 2.0 services to give organizations the flexibility to choose the best-fit solution for their specific end-user requirements and budget constraints.
Learn how these services can benefit your organization, at IGEL Disrupt 2023 (February 14th – 16th).
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|Alan Patterson serves as Sr Product Marketing Manager for AWS End User Computing (EUC) services. As the marketing lead for AWS EUC, Alan is responsible for messaging and content development, awareness generation, and go-to-market support.|