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Here at Citrix Synergy in San Francisco

I’m now in San Francisco getting ready for Citrix Summit, and later this week for the Citrix Synergy.

After some delays due to the volcano in the Iceland, we finally made it to San Francisco after 36 hours of traveling.

It has been some very busy months and I haven’t had the time to blog as much as I would like to, but now I’m all psyched up and ready for Synergy and I hope to compensate by blogging about this great event.

As I already have announced earlier I’m presenting a session with René Vester Wednesday, May 12, at 9:00 am. We have been very busy getting ready but we are finally done and I think this will be great. The session is titled SYN321- Supporting Macs and iPhones in your corporate infrastructure. If your in San Francisco stop by, I’m sure it will be worth your time.

Today we start with Citrix Summit, the Citrix partner evnet. This event is under NDA (non-disclosure agreement). Which basically means we’re not allowed to talk (or blog) about the content. You’ll have to wait for the big news until Wednesday, where Synergy starts, then we see what’s made public. I will try to blog about non-NDA content under Summit.

I’m really excited and I’m looking forward to hear what Citrix have for us this year. I’m pretty sure they will announce the public beta of XenClient, but we’ll see about that – I have been wrong before . Anyway there is a lot of XenClient session and demonstrations available on Summit and Synergy and I will not miss those. There will also be a lot of other interesting sessions. I have tried to make a schedule in advance, but I really had to make some tough choices about what I’m gonna hear.

I will now head over to Moscone West for Summit, but I’ll come back with updates throughout the week.

If your interested you can follow whats happening on Twitter, by searching after twits containing #CitrixSynergy.

Jacob Berg