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Tuesday, April 10, 2012
I am pleased to tell you that today we announced the details of the 2012 Centrify Customer Conference. It is going to be held June 5-6, 2012, in New York City and is free for all Centrify customers to attend. The first day (June 5th) is the main part of the conference, and the second day of the conference (June 6th) is an optional day of advanced technical training — a $2,400 value — which again is no charge for attendees. To register for the event, please visit http://www.centrify.com/customerconference.
Some of the highlights of the conference will include:
Also, I will be there giving the keynote, so feel free to pass on any suggestions for anything you want me to draw attention to. We designed the conference for senior IT executives, IT management and technical staff, and the agenda will allow for open discussion and presentations from Centrify experts and customers on topics such as identity and access management business issues, the changing architecture and security requirements introduced by the cloud, and managing the growing use of Apple products in the enterprise — from Macs to iPhones to iPads. In addition to interactive sessions led by Centrify and customers, attendees can look forward to networking with colleagues from other companies, and gain a lot of insight into driving more value from their Centrify deployment today and in the future.
And again, it is free for customers, and includes an optional day of advanced technical training — a $2,400 value — which too is free of charge for attendees. And we will be giving each attendee a nice Centrify button-down shirt, so even more motivation to attend!
So in summary &ellip;
I look forward to seeing you there!!!
Tom Kemp is CEO of Centrify. You can follow him on his Centrify blog.