One of my roles since joining FSLogix has been to build up and leverage a top-notch Technical Advisory Board. Today, FSLogix is proud to announce that we’ve added Shane Kleinert, Aaron Parker, James Rankin, and Joe Shonk to a group that already consists of Jarian Gibson, Tim Mangan, and Ian Parker. Personally, I'm a huge fan of each of these people, and we're very fortunate to be able to work more closely with them.
Most of the names should be recognizable because they are among the most noteworthy experts in the End User Computing world. All have presented at events like Citrix Synergy, E2EVC, and BriForum, and many are part of vendor-specific advisory programs like Microsoft MVP, Citrix CTP, and VMware vExpert.
Though there are similarities in their qualifications, these advisory board members represent a diverse background that runs the gamut from application design to networking, all within the context of End User Computing. FSLogix will draw on this collective experience at regular meetings to help inform us on the status and direction of our products.
Please join me in welcoming them to our extended family!
Additionally, I wanted to take the opportunity to acknowledge the accomplishments of a few of our own employees. Benny Tritsch has recently joined the VMware vExpert and EUC Champion community programs, which places him in a very small group of people that simultaneously belong to the vExpert, Microsoft MVP, and Citrix CTP programs. Additionally, Benny is a member of the NVIDIA and Parallels VIPP community programs. The combination of all of these certainly puts him in rarefied air!
Not to be left out, Christiaan Brinkhoff was recently introduced as the latest member of the Parallels VIPP program. He also joined the VDI Like a Pro team (along with Frame/Nutanix’s Ruben Spruijt and LoginVSI’s Mark Plettenberg), which provides community-focused information in the form of best practices, their annual State of EUC survey, and presentations at various community events.
Congrats to both Benny and Christiaan! Things just keep getting better at FSLogix, and I can’t wait to see what the next year holds in store!