Update: You can read the users own review of this event to get an idea of what these meetings involve, here.
The UK Citrix User Group will be having their 11th meeting on Wednesday 17th December 2014 in London, UK. This event is possible thanks to the kind support of partner IBM and other sponsors, so it’s COMPLETELY FREE for Citrix users and partners.
It is essential you register to ensure a place at this over-subscribed meeting and also have a security pass.
What you will get FOR FREE from this event:
- A chance to give feedback to Citrix personnel face-to-face
- Free training for your own staff on a range of products
- Hear case studies of real deployments and gotchas to watch out for
- A chance to see a range of third party options and products
- Make contact with independent consultants
- Talks on multi-product solutions integrating multiple Citrix products and also integrating Citrix products with those from Microsoft, Cisco, VMware and many others
- Hear honest feedback from other Citrix customers
IBM Southbank, London, UK
IBM United Kingdom Limited
76/78 Upper Ground
London SE1 9PZ
Sponsors for this event include
Sponsors will be available to discuss their products.
As it is December there will be a Christmas/festive meal at the highly acclaimed RSJ restaurant in the evening after the meeting. Partners and plus-ones welcome. A £10 deposit secures your place – places strictly limited to 20 seats. See the full menu (PDF). Tickets can be reserved at the same time as reserving your free main meeting place using the Eventbrite form, here.
The UK User Group
The very active UK User Group is led by CTP (Citrix Technology Professional) Neil Spellings and is usually attended by upwards of 70 independent industry experts and customers, experienced in not just Citrix but also VMware and Microsoft virtualisation technologies. You can also check out the review and agenda from the last meeting back in September.
Even if you can’t make it do consider signing up for the mailing list to hear about future meetings and events, sign-up here. There are lots of user groups worldwide and you can follow them on our user-group blog stream and forums.