Hear What Technology Giants Envision for the Remote Work and Play Industry at the International Future Computing Summit
The International Future Computing Summit (IFC Summit) invites executives, thought leaders, and decision-makers looking for opportunities to enhance revenue, business, and user experiences in remote work and play. The Summit is remotely held online from 1:30 to 6:30 PM EST on December 6, 2022. Register ; complimentary attendance is limited.
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“Remote work and play is here to stay, and its importance continues to benefit a wide spectrum of computing; however, it’s in flux, and its acceptance is still developing. I look forward to discussing the future of remote work and play at the IFC Summit”
The IFC Summit is hosted by The International Future Computing Association (TIFCA) and sponsored in part by AMD and Hewlett Packard’s HP Anyware (HP). Media sponsors include: Jon Peddie Research, Trusted Computing Group, RealTime Conference, DAAS Like a Pro, M2 Insights, and Display Daily.
In addition, there will be more than 20 notable speakers from market-leading organizations, including Microsoft, HP, Lenovo, AMD, Nvidia, Panasonic, Nutanix, Beamr, Trusted Computing Group, M2 Insights, Poppelgaard, Jon Peddie Research, Geogram, AgTech OS, and more.
“TIFCA’s mission is to enable technology adoption through frameworks and industry-building initiatives. We believe in the future of remote work and play and are supporting its industry’s ongoing growth with our events and our organization’s activities,” said Neil Schneider, Executive Director of TIFCA.
Summit discussions will cover the industry’s future and its challenges and solutions for meeting the needs of employers, team leaders, and users. Sample topics include ROBO (Remote Office Branch Office), client devices, cloud infrastructure, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), Desktop as a Service (DAAS), cloud gaming, video streaming, security, technology, and standards.
“Remote work and play is here to stay, and its importance continues to benefit a wide spectrum of computing; however, it’s in flux, and its acceptance is still developing. I look forward to discussing the future of remote work and play at the IFC Summit,” said Dr. Jon Peddie, CEO of Jon Peddie Research.
TIFCA invites all contributors to the Remote Work and Play industry: client device makers (PC, mobile, console), cloud service providers, network and broadband, telecommunications, teleconferencing, collaboration tools, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), desktop as a service (DAAS), content development, industry analysis, platforms, SaaS, IHVs, ISVs, streaming, security, innovation, and more.
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