Riverbed is hosting their Global User Conference 2020 on November 17, and Teneo are excited to invite you to join us at this event.
This complimentary, one-day, virtual event is designed to give IT professionals the inspiration, essential capabilities, and how-to advice needed to maximize performance and visibility in today’s work-from-anywhere environments.
As part of this event, Steve Evans, SVP at Teneo, will be presenting an on demand session with Paul Brugan, Riverbed Technical Channel Manager. In this presentation, “Achieve Work-from-Anywhere Performance with the Remote Worker Productivity service from Teneo”, Steve discusses how Teneo’s developed an integrated solution known as, Remote Worker Productivity, for our customers to help deliver performance, visibility, and security. Please take a moment to watch this session during the event.
As a thank you for attending, register using the link below and Teneo will send you a gift voucher for a coffee to keep you fueled through the event.
Lastly, don’t forget to stop by Teneo’s virtual booth to learn more about our services and speak to one of our Teneo colleagues.
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