Countdown to BriForum Denver 2015

Best practices for re-imagining your enterprise end-user computing environment

Our 11th year as the leading expert-led, independent end user conference.

BriForum is about end-user computing - we live, eat, and breathe at the point where end users intersect with enterprise IT technology. We talk about desktop virtualization and VDI products. We dig into DaaS platforms, enterprise mobility technologies and provide a vendor-neutral perspective on maintaining a balance between usability, security, and control in today's virtualized and mobile marketplace. We dive deep into the nerve-wracking (yet very real) trend of "consumerization" - and evaluate enterprise-focused IT products that allow IT to maintain control and compliance.

Now in our 11th year, we're proud of the fact that attendees have consistently called BriForum "the best IT conference they've ever attended."

This year's event is designed to provide a framework for IT pros tasked with delivering applications and desktops to modern users who expect anytime, anywhere, any-device access to IT services. From the keynotes and sessions to the Exhibit Hall and networking opportunities, BriForum lays it all out for you, whether you've been down this road before or are just beginning the VDI journey.

Here are some photos from the 2014 event.


Denver, Colorado
July 20-22, 2015

Westin Denver Downtown

The Westin Denver Downtown
1672 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202
(303) 572-9100

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What people are saying about BriForum?

"Great 'real world' state of the industry update. Everyone - including vendors - are very open and approachable, and willing to talk about real strengths and weaknesses of their tech and products. Sessions challenged conventional thinking and didn't pull punches."
Andrew S., Sr. Solution Center Engineer/Instructor, Ingram Micro, Inc.

"Best collection of presenter talent I've encountered. The storage-centered sessions were very enlightening. Lots of good theory, coupled with real-world perspective."
Christopher W., Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer, Bank of the West

"Very informative content from many different perspectives. I enjoyed the fact that best practices were mentioned even if they go against vendor recommendations."
Utsav P., Citrix Engineer, DeVry