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Overspending on laptops? Introducing Amazon WorkSpaces Thin Client

Overspending on laptops? Introducing Amazon WorkSpaces Thin Client, a cost-effective computing device that provides simple, secure, and easy-to-manage access to virtual desktops. Laptops are often the default device choice for end user computing, but for customer service and back office workers it is a costlier choice. Not only it is the cost of laptop, but the added costs of shipping, end user onboarding, and IT management. And even with added security software, laptops leave companies vulnerable to information loss. It is time to rethink the computing endpoint.

That is why I am thrilled to announce WorkSpaces Thin Client that seamlessly integrates with Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 Please join me at re:Invent 2023, where I will present breakout session on November 27, at 1:00pm in the MGM Grand.

During my breakout session, we’ll explore how WorkSpaces Thin Client helps reduce your end-user computing costs, improves your security posture, and simplifies IT operations. You will also hear from Rafael Blanco, Global Group Manager for Endpoint Engineering at Intuit, speaking about how WorkSpaces Thin Client helps solve Intuit’s endpoint dilemma.

It is definitely an exciting time to be in the end-user computing business. I can’t wait to introduce you to WorkSpaces Thin Client!

Check out the entire AWS EUC session lineup and be sure to add my session to your agenda. Also, stop by the EUC booth (kiosk #7) at the Village in the Venetian to speak with a solution specialist about your specific requirements.

See you at AWS re:Invent 2023!

Date and time Monday, November 27 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Venue MGM Grand
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Melissa Stein

Director of Product, EUC

Rafael Blanco

Global Group Manager for Endpoint Engineering at Intuit

Melissa Stein thrives on innovating on behalf of customers as Director for New Initiatives in AWS End User Computing.  Melissa holds an MBA from University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.