Announcing the list of sessions for BriForum 2016 London (19-20 May)!

After a solid week of sorting through Call for Papers submissions, we're finally ready to announce the list of sessions for both BriForum 2016 London! We say this every year, but when the selection process is all over and we step back to survey the agendas, we just can't believe how awesome these shows are!

After a solid week of sorting through Call for Papers submissions, we're finally ready to announce the list of sessions for both BriForum 2016 London! We say this every year, but when the selection process is all over and we step back to survey the agendas, we just can't believe how awesome these shows are! You can read a more detailed version of the selection process here, but in general we do at least five passes over the submissions. The first is blind, just looking at titles and abstracts (no speaker names). From there, we go through speaker names, previous ratings, content areas, physical location, and which shows they want to present at. It's exhaustive, but the end result is something we're very proud of. We take the selection process very seriously, and we're extremely grateful to everyone that donated their time and energy to submit!

As usual, we wanted to choose way more sessions than we could actually fit into both shows, so we focused our efforts on having as many unique sessions as possible between both shows. Since we record every session, and since all you have to do is attend one BriForum to get access to both show's session videos, this lets us have as many of these unbelieveable sessions as possible. After the first of the year, we then open those sessions up to the public. In fact, you can check out the BriForum 2015 videos right now!

Here's the list of sessions. Keep in mind, titles may change to be more descriptive, but the content of the sessions won't. Also note that there will be sessions from Brian, Jack, and I that aren't on this list mainly because we tailor our sessions based on the other content at a show. For more information on BriForum, visit BriForum.com. We should have session descriptions posted shortly. You can also see the list of BriForum 2016 Boston sessions here.

Speaker Name(s) Session Title
Andrew Morgan Application Layering, the Why, How and Who.
Andrew Wood & Jim Moyle How Happy is a Happy User: Practical Tips On Quantifying User Experience
Benny Tritsch Pandora's Test Box: Ultimate Lessons Learned when Benchmarking Virtual Desktops
Dan Allen & Nick Rintalan Protocol and Resolution Impact on Bandwidth and Scalability
Dane Young, Jarian Gibson & Shane Kleinert Battle of the Clouds for End User Computing: An Independent View of Citrix, Microsoft, and VMware Cloud Solutions
Kevin Goodman Pump Up Your Docker Containers for Windows Server 2016 Knowledge
James Rankin What's killing my XenApp servers? The impact of the web on performance, security and reliability
Freek Berson & Benny Tritsch Azure RemoteApp Past, Present & Future: A Technical Deep Dive
Helge Klein UX and the Enterprise Desktop - Like Oil and Water
Helge Klein Improve Your Application Troubleshooting Skills
Ian Parker What to do when things break:  Tools you need to know to resolve critical events faster and more efficiently.
Ian Parker Tracing slow boot / slow logins the modern way
James Rankin Life on the bleeding edge - lessons learned from (possibly) the world's first Windows 10 deployment
Jeff Wouters PowerShell Unbound - Tips 'n Tricks
Jeroen van de Kamp & Chris van Werkhoven It takes Two to Tango: Essential Dance Lessons from the DaaS Fields.
Matthias Wessner Can your users become a Domain admin in 5 minutes? 
Mitja Robas SDDC - real-life journey from idea to practice
peter de tender How can Azure Active Directory help me in keeping control of my users?
Ruben Spruijt & Jeroen van de Kamp CTOs Perspective on the Workspace in 2020 - force awakens
Ruben Spruijt & Benny Tritsch TeamRGE.com - From the fire hose series - Graphics for Virtual Desktops and Apps – 2016 edition
Shawn Bass Internet Browser Compatibility Redeux
Shawn Bass IoT:  Can we move past the Internet of Toys to the Internet of Things please?
Simon Townsend & possibly Jon Wallace Securing your mobile devices is the least of your worries! - The Desktop is under attack and Windows 10 can help 
Thorsten Rood XenMobile Enterprise demystified, notes from the field: 2016 edition
Thorsten Rood StoreFront and Gateway demystified, the ITpro 2016 edition
Tim Mangan App-V In the Box, What Now?
Tim Mangan

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