PAST EVENT

Nov 8 - 9, 2012

"At last year's summit we talked about innovation and how we're doing more with less. Welcome to the NEW NORMAL! Technology is the solution to financial and service delivery challenges in government but our IT community still faces severe financial constraints of its own in trying to support, enable and transform government. We have to do the best with what we have - our people, skills, technology and innovative spirit; I look forward to seeing everyone at this year's Massachusetts Digital Government Summit. Let's continue sharing information, be open to others' ideas, and come prepared to solve problems together! This summit is always a highlight of the year for me and I look forward to seeing you there again!"

- John Letchford, Chief Information Officer, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Speaker Profile

Tom Wilson

Desktop Transformation Technologist, Enterprise Infrastructure Architecture, HP

Thomas.Wilson@HP.com

Tom Wilson advises Fortune 500 customers on IT initiatives including solutions architecture, feasibility/TCO analysis, infrastructure design and holistic approaches to enterprise integration (hardware, software, process, people). He spearheads HP's Client Virtualization (CV) presales activities including Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

Tom holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Virginia and the University of Delaware and earned a Master's of Science in Computer Science from Sacred Heart University in 2005. His research on parallel computing algorithm optimization techniques earned special recognition.

Tom is a US Army veteran having served as a systems analyst and computer repair specialist with a number of units in the 18th Airborne Corps at Ft. Bragg, NC including 82nd Airborne unit assignments. During his 30 year career, Tom has held various technical and management positions at General Electric, DuPont, General Motors and The Dannon Company.

Tom and his wife of 24 years, Louise, reside in Connecticut.

Sessions

Thursday Nov. 8 10:45AM

Desktop and Application Virtualization Trends

Todays virtualization trends are being driven rapidly by a variety of factors, including teleworking, mobility, storage needs, cloud computing, green technology, maintenance, cost control and... more

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