Welcome our new site editor, Kyle Johnson!

BrianMadden.com has hired a new writer and editor.

I’m excited to welcome the newest member of the BrianMadden.com team, Kyle Johnson!

As our Site Editor, Kyle will run our freelance program, contribute articles, and help with about a thousand other tasks that come with running a blog.

His first day on the job is today, here in Anaheim at Citrix Synergy 2018. This is just how the timing worked out, but I can’t think of a better way to jump into our industry. (After all, my first day on the job was at VMworld.)

Kyle joins us from Digital Current, with over four years of experience editing articles by subject matter experts and writing original content. He’s from Mesa, Arizona, and he just moved up to the Bay Area to work with us in TechTarget’s San Francisco office.

Some fun facts about Kyle are that he has hiked all over Yosemite and the Emigrant Wilderness, he can identity any movie almost instantly, and he is an Eagle Scout.

You can follow Kyle on Twitter at @KyleJohnsonTTGT, and if you’re at Citrix Synergy this week, say hello when you see him! (Especially if you’ve written freelance posts in the past, or are interested in the future.)

In 2018, TechTarget has shown its commitment to BrianMadden.com by giving us a significant freelance budget, and now by hiring Kyle. In turn, I’m committed to keeping this the best site for analysis, opinions, and technical insights on desktop virtualization, enterprise mobility, and end user computing.

A huge thank you to everyone who has read and supported us over the years—now, for many more!

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