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Cloud Carib hosts Nassau presentation

Cloud Carib, a Citrix certified solution advisor in The Bahamas, recently hosted a networking event and presentation in Nassau to demonstrate the latest executive mobility solutions offered jointly by Cloud Carib and Citrix Systems. 

Friday, August 3, 2012
Friday, August 3, 2012

Quote startParticipants experienced the latest Executive Mobility solutions offered jointly by Citrix and Cloud Carib, over cocktails and Hors D’ouvres Quote end

Nassau, Bahamas (PRWEB) August 02, 2012 – Cloud Carib, a Citrix certified Solution Advisor in The Bahamas, hosted a cocktail event on Thursday 26/7 at Luciano's restaurant of Nassau. The purpose was to demonstrate the latest executive mobility solutions offered jointly by Cloud Carib and Citrix Systems, as they were recently revealed at the San Francisco Synergy 2012 event in front of a record-breaking audience of 6500 attendees.

In an attempt to avoid the summer heat, the event was held in the much cooler evening, over cocktails and Hors D’ouvres. More than 45 Bahamian IT professionals participated in the event, asking questions and engaging with the presenters. Ryan Austin, Citrix Business Manager with Cloud Carib, demonstrated the Virtual Computing Environment, which allows executives to roam seamlessly between devices when accessing their organizations' applications.

Mariano Colon, System Engineer with Citrix for the Caribbean, presented the Citrix vision for the Executive of the Future, and discussed the cost savings and operational efficiencies organizations can realize through the latest cloud computing technologies.    

Matt Allen, Sr. Systems Engineer with NComputing, showed how the latest N400 devices when used with Citrix VDI solutions, can replace PC's for a low, sub-$150 price-point, while simplifying management and significantly reducing BEC energy bills, as each device only consumes 5W of power.

Cloud Carib would like to thank leading organizations such as Cable Bahamas, Credit Suisse, Doctors Hospital, Freeport Container Port, Bahamas First Insurance, Templeton Wealth Advisors, Synergy Bahamas, Custom Computers, Dartley Bank and many more, for attending the cocktail event. We would also like to thank our partners Citrix for making the event possible.

A recording of the presentations is available to qualified media representatives and registered attendees who could not make it to the event, by contacting citrix(at)cloudcarib(dot)com.

A new range of monthly monitoring services for existing Citrix environments in the Caribbean is now being offered by Cloud Carib. For a limited time, existing Citrix customers can apply their existing renewal budget to trade-up to XenDesktop, through the Trade-Up program, with savings up to 70%.

The next Cloud Carib technology briefing will take place this fall; details will be announced on the official website http://www.cloudcarib.com, as well as Facebook:facebook.com/cloudcarib and Twitter: twitter.com/CloudCarib.

Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace has become the first Bahamian swimmer to reach the semi-finals in an Olympic event, beating the national record time in the process. Watch a ZNS news report here.

The Bahamas International Film Festival non-profit organization will host the biannual fundraiser Big Screen Art Scene September 1, where 50 attendees will receive a mystery work of art.

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