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Entisys Solutions and Agile360 Experts and Vendor Partners to Present at HP Discover 2014

Entisys Solutions, Inc., the West Coast's #1 provider of server virtualization, desktop virtualization and storage solutions for the data center to endpoints and into the cloud, and its Southern California division, Agile360, today announced that its subject matter experts will be presenting, alongside key vendor partners, on the topics of workforce mobility, hosted desktop infrastructure (HDI), and HP Moonshot at HP Discover 2014, taking place June 10-12 in Las Vegas.

“Entisys and Agile360 are looking forward to this year’s HP Discover event, where our experts and thought leaders will have an opportunity to educate attendees on what the ‘New Style of IT’ means for today’s IT enterprises,” said Mike Strohl, CEO of Entisys Solutions. “Mobility, cloud and virtualization are integral to the ‘New Style of IT,’ and with the help of our valued vendor partners including HP, which has pioneered this concept, we are leading the way for our clients who want to adopt its principles within their IT organizations.”

Sessions being presented by Entisys Solutions and Agile360 experts at HP Discover 2014 include:

  • TB4391: Implementing a Hosted Desktop Infrastructure (HDI) on HP Moonshot by Dane Young, Solutions Architect, Entisys Solutions (Twitter: @YoungTech); Thursday, June 12 from Noon to 1:00 p.m. Click here for more information.
  • DT4392: Hosted Desktop Infrastructure – Getting Physical with HDI in the AMD Server Demo Theatre hosted by Jaymes Davis, Director of Cloud and Virtualization Strategies, Entisys Solutions (Twitter: @CloudProphet) with guest presenters Dane Young, Solutions Architect, Entisys Solutions and Douglas Brown, Founder of DABCC.com; Tuesday, June 10 from 10:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Click here for more information.

Entisys Solutions and Agile360 vendor partner sessions at HP Discover 2014 include:

  • TB3997: Make Your Workforce More Productive – Get the Right Solutions, Right Now, for Your Mobile Workers with HP ConvergedSystem for Client Virtualization by Travis Kuter, EG Alliance Manager, HP and Tony Sanchez, Solutions Architect, Worldwide Alliances, Citrix Systems, Inc. (Twitter: @TonySanchez_CTX); Wednesday, June 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Click here for more information.

For additional information on HP Discover visit http://bit.ly/1kwt4KG. To connect with Entisys Solutions and Agile360 during HP Discover 2014, use the hashtags #HPDiscover, #Entisys and #Agile360, or follow us at:

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About Entisys Solutions and Agile360

Entisys Solutions and it Southern California division, Agile360, deliver state of the art methodologies and broad solution offerings around Microsoft® Virtual Infrastructure and Management solutions, Citrix® Desktop and Application Delivery Virtualization, VMware® Virtualization, NetApp® Storage Virtualization, and HP converged infrastructure solutions.

With more than two decades of experience, Entisys Solutions and Agile360 have become a trusted advisor to some of the most prominent companies in California. Offering comprehensive Professional Support Services, complementary managed services and consulting and engineering services, Entisys Solutions serves mid-tier and enterprises within the healthcare, financial services and legal services sectors, as well as educational institutions and government agencies.

Entisys and Agile360 currently hold several industry-leading distinctions including Citrix Platinum Partner, VMware Premier Partner, Microsoft Managed Gold Partner, NetApp Platinum and Virtualization Services Partner and HP Solution Elite Partner. The two companies are recognized throughout the industry for a strong leadership position in defining datacenter, desktop and cloud strategy and architecture requirements for their clients.

Entisys Solutions and Agile360 are members of M7 Global Partners, a national network of the country’s leading IT consultants dedicated to delivering datacenter and desktop solutions with an emphasis on virtual desktop solutions for mid tier and enterprise customers and government agencies. M7 members also include AEC Group, Gotham Technology Group, Hogan Consulting Group, Intra Systems, IPM, LPS Integration, and Right! Systems.

The corporate headquarters for Entisys Solutions are located in Concord, Calif., with its public sector division located in Sacramento, Calif. Agile360 is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with offices in Pasadena, Calif. For more information, visit www.entisys.com or www.agile360.com, or call 1-877-ENTISYS (877-368-4797).

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