Brandon McNeely has recently joined the Simplified team as a Tier 3 Support Engineer.
Katie Zulty joined the Simplified team in May as a Marketing Assistant.
Ingram Micro is the world’s largest wholesale technology distributor and a global leader in IT supply-chain and mobile device lifestyle services. To read the complete case study, click on the document below.
Citrix CEO Mark Templeton and his leadership team cited the work we are doing with DaaS at the opening keynote of Citrix Synergy, held in May in Los Angeles. www.citrixsynergy.com
From the Citrix Blog:
“Conversations around anytime, anywhere, any device access to information have spiked during this unusually long and harsh winter in the United States. The headline for our latest, Winter Storm Vulcan, says “the worst is yet to come” with 15 inches of new snow. Fed up with impassible icy roads, weather-related delays in public transportation and school closings, businesses are looking to desktops-as-a-service (DaaS). A reliable, secure option for businesses to embrace a mobile workstyle, hosted desktops allow employees to work from any location, in any weather condition.”
Read more HERE
Byron will be a featured speaker at the following sessions:
Monday, June 9, 1:00 -2:15pm
Session 10: “Cloud Marries Practice Management”
Monday, June 9, 4:40-5:55pm
Session 28: “Leasing Space on a Virtual Server Farm”
Wednesday, June 11, 8:00-9:15am
Session 83: “VDI vs XenApp (Citrix) vs. Remote Desktop (RDS)”
The Maryland Association of CPAs is the only state professional organization serving the exclusive needs of Maryland CPAs. Currently, MACPA serves 8,500 current members and has a staff of 35 professionals.
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The Power Players Awards program honors the region’s most enterprising attorneys, bankers and accountants for their leadership, accomplishment, innovation and success. Power Players represent the best and brightest in the region — the impact players that CEOs can count on to help grow their businesses. An independent committee of local business leaders evaluates the applications and chooses the Power Players based on the quality of nominations submitted. The Power Players are profiled in the September/October issue of SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at an awards reception in September where the Power Players of the Year are announced live.
Congratulations to Byron and to our client, Rayma McRoberts of Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra, Chartered, for also being named a finalist for the award!
From CPA Practice Advisor:
“Each year, the 40 Under 40 program seeks to honor a diverse array of professionals who are helping to shape the profession they work in. How does one shape a profession? For these unique professionals, that question is answered in a variety of ways.
For some, this is achieved through ardent support for and evangelizing of the new technologies that will be the cornerstones of more efficient and profitable firms. For others, it is reaching out to their peers and helping to guide and lead the policy and discussion of the current relationship dynamic between accounting professionals and their clients, and where it can and should be in the near future.
The core goal of all of these professionals is to help make the profession more flexible and embracing of the changes that are necessary to keep it thriving and attractive to future accountants, as well as to highlight the importance of the field to all audiences: Small businesses, individual consumers, other financial and tax professionals, government regulators and other stakeholders.
The 2014 class of 40 Under 40 honorees represent some of the best and brightest talent in the accounting profession. They are all active in the professional community, as well as in their local communities, where many are small business owners and employers. They can frequently be seen at industry trade shows, such as AICPA Tech+ and PCPS, giving seminars or participating in round table discussions on evolving practices and technologies. These are the voices of today that are shaping the profession of tomorrow.”