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Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, is participating in Cisco Live 2012, Cisco's flagship annual technical training, networking and educational event in Europe, running from January 31st to February 3rd, 2012 at the ExCel Centre, London, UK. The event offers visitors the opportunity to experience Wyse's unrivalled breadth of solutions and how its portfolio maximizes the benefits of Cisco's end-to-end Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) system. Wyse is demonstrating its solutions in booth G16.

At Cisco Live 2012, Wyse is showcasing how its latest cloud, virtualization and management software suites work with Cisco VXI to deliver any type of content to any user on any form of end user device, including Wyse cloud client computing solutions that support ultra-green thin and zero client desktops, laptops or handheld devices and tablets.

All of the Cisco VXI validated Wyse solutions are demonstrated working with the VXI architecture and either VMware View or Citrix XenDesktop, as well as enabling mobile cloud computing on Wyse mobile clients and tablets including the Cisco Cius utilizing the popular Wyse PocketCloud application.

Wyse also is using Cisco Live to introduce new products such as the new Wyse Z90DE7 that further expand the broad range of cloud client solutions designed to optimize the benefits for customers. Following its acquisition of Trellia, Wyse will also be presenting portfolio updates to enable organizations to cost effectively deploy and embrace new mobile devices in the enterprise with the highest level of security, all integrated into their current cloud client computing strategies.

David Angwin, Director of Marketing EMEA, Wyse Technology, is speaking in the Gold theatre on Thursday, 2rd February from 13.30 to 14.00 on "Managing mobility and a changing device landscape." He will address current trends in enterprise adoption of new connected devices and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model; and how a strategy based on current cloud client and management technology enables secure, simple, and flexible access to services and keeps IT in a leadership position within the organization.

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Marilyn Moux works at Knowledge Consulting Group in Alexandria Va as a Trusted Cyber Security Advisory - IT Security Outreach and Assessment. Previously She work at SYS-CON Media as a Business and Systems Analyst for their Cloud Expo, Media and Events Business for over 10 years. She is currently the Managing Editor for Ulitzer's CyberSecurity Journal.

Moux headed a solution-oriented risk-based information systems consulting business to help organizations operate more efficiently and effectively. She was also a management consultant at Perot System and Benton International for over 10 years. She is a seasoned entrepreneur and information security project manager with a consulting background that includes global corporations and public sector clients. She has focus on situational analysis, strategy, execution, people and leadership. She holds various security certifications including CISSP, CAP, CISA and Security+. She also certified in PMI - PMP, ITIL, and Cloud Computing. She is also an member of IEEE, Computer Society, ISACA, (ISC)2 and PMI. In addition, she is the Founder of "Women in Security Journal" on