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    Citrix Intelligent Workspaces enables Third Octet to design solutions for The Future of Work

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    The future of work has employees finding more meaning in what they do — spending their time on what really matters. Doing so will result in more engagement, higher productivity, and increased innovation — and ultimately in better business outcomes.

    Third Octet’s Cloud for Work.Life.Balance solutions leverage cloud’s agility, flexibility, portability, and choice for a rich and dynamic end-user experience, and architects for real-time usage consumption. Users spend time on, and companies pay for, only what really matters.

    Third Octet finds that Citrix Intelligent Workspaces offers a user-centric experience where everything you need to work is in one unified app, with conditional access and performance made simple based on user context and IT-designed policies. Citrix Intelligent Workspaces fully aggregates all apps and data across all applications — both on-premises and cloud — to deliver the right experience to the right user at the right time.

    On March 27th, learn more at the lunch ‘n’ learn “Third Octet on The Future of Work & Citrix Intelligent Workspaces.” Event details are as follows:


    Date: March 27, 2019
    Time: 11:45 am to 2:00 pm
    Location: Taverna Mercatto (Private Room) | 120 Bremner Boulevard #100, Toronto


    Complimentary lunch will be served. Space is limited. Register NOW

    For more information, email Erin Brennan or call 647.728-0610 ext. 3809.

    About Third Octet Inc.
    Third Octet designs and implements technology solutions as a means to anywhere access for Work Life Balance, improving engagement, productivity, and profit for clients. Third Octet’s mission involves Bettering the World Through Technology.

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    Glenn Weir
    Content writer at IT World Canada. Book lover. Futurist. Sports nut. Once and future author. Would-be intellect. Irish-born, Canadian-raised.

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