Citrix Ready Technical Webinar
with AppSense
Find out what really goes on trying to make the Clinicians as productive as possible.
In this webinar, we will discuss the major challenges faced in enabling a mobile workspace for clinicians and dive into some of the key issues for clinician desktop performance. We will be joined by our guest speaker, Jason Willis, who has been "fixing" Citrix and AppSense desktops for healthcare professionals for more than 14 years, and has a wealth of experience in getting from a clinical desktop, having spent time both at Baylor Scott and White, and McKesson.
Jason is an experienced practitioner in the real world and will be sharing his perspective, and answering questions. The webinar will also dig into his experiences, of what works and perhaps more importantly what doesn't work.
Attending the webinar, you will learn:
  • What to look for when optimizing a desktop
  • Key applications to manage
  • How to manage clinicians and their expectations
  • A clinical environment perspective on optimizing the desktop experience
About the Speakers
Simon Townsend, Chief Technologist at AppSense
As Chief Technologist, Simon works with key customers and partners helping them implement AppSense technologies across physical, virtual, and cloud-based environments. Simon has worked at AppSense for over 13 years, and Prior to AppSense, Simon worked for a leading Citrix distributor and reseller deploying Citrix technologies. He holds a BSC Honors degree in Business Information Technology and is an informative and engaging presenter at leading industry events and webinars.
Jason Willis, Citrix Architect at McKesson
As a Citrix Architect at McKesson, Jason Willis guides the mobile workplace strategy at McKesson to ensure users are as efficient and productive as possible. Jason has extensive experience in implementing Citrix and related technologies in a healthcare environment, having spent time at Baylor Scott and White Health overseeing the implementation of Epic EMR prior to joining McKesson in January 2014.

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