Session: The Pros, Cons, and Lessons Learned on Leveraging the Cloud to support a Hybrid Enterprise Workforce
Implementing a robust remote access strategy is a strategic imperative for modern organizations. Taking a hybrid cloud approach when doing so, has become almost the de facto standard. Join this session to find out why now is the perfect time to embark on the journey to a hybrid cloud for your end-user workflows.
In this session, remote access vendor Leostream provides an overview of the pros and cons of moving end-use computing use cases into a public cloud. We will discuss topics such as:
1. Key considerations when choosing the appropriate cloud for your end users
2. How to establish trust for users who have access to remote environments
3. The importance of implementing strict access control rules
4. Why you shouldn’t leverage VPN technologies
5. How to audit access and usage to ensure security
- How cloud computing is changing the way companies operate, as well as what skills makes an ideal cloud professional.
Karen Gondoly combines executive leadership and technical skills to head up Leostream, a leading connection management platform for virtual desktop infrastructures, where she serves as both CEO and VP of Product Management.
She graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in aeronautical/astronautical engineering.
A literal 'rocket scientist,' Karen Gondoly leverages her extensive skills in software development, technical writing, GUI design and usability to further Leostream’s position as the leading Connection Broker for enterprise remote access and desktop connection management.
Karen earned her B.S. and M.S. in aeronautical/astronautical engineering from MIT, working summers at NASA's Langley Research Center on a variety of projects from heat transfer models to LIDAR experiment designs.
When she isn't 'running' the company, she can be found pounding the pavement training for her goal of running a marathon in every state. To date, she has complete marathons in 45 states and 3 countries.