Juriba, alongside partners Fujitsu, have recently helped to accelerate the desktop transformation of 55,000 devices in just under 12 months at RBS.
Oct 28, 2011 7:31:00 PM / by Barry Angell
Oct 18, 2011 11:41:00 AM / by Barry Angell
Barry Angell, CTO of Juriba, will be carrying out executive customer briefings at Citrix Synergy Barcelona at the International Convention Centre of Barcelona (CCIB) from 26-28 October 2011.
With limited budget and a fast shrinking team, the last thing the CIO or IT Director of a large organisation really wants to deal with is a major desktop migration to Windows 7.
According to Gartner, Windows 7 is likely to be the last version of Microsoft OS that gets deployed to everybody through big corporate-wide migration. The claim, which made a recent issue of Database and Network Journal, suggests that many organisations will also use alternative client computing architectures for standard PCs, and move toward virtualisation and cloud computing in the next five years.
The Juriba team
Juriba was formed in 2008 by a team of industry veterans who have spent their lives managing, operating and migrating enterprise desktops and infrastructure.
Virtualization is the future. Getting to virtualization is the present. And it’s going to be painful for most large corporates.
According to this article in CIO Magazine, 38 percent of IT managers are timing their investment in desktop and application virtualization with enterprise Windows 7 migration because both have a direct impact on each other.
Oct 14, 2011 2:00:00 PM / by Barry Angell
NEW COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP OFFERS LIFELINE TO LARGE ENTERPRISES STRUGGLING TO DELIVER WINDOWS 7 MIGRATION PROJECTS BEFORE DEADLINE
ECS and Juriba partner to provide application packaging process for Windows 7 migration process