Networking | Liquidware - CommandCTRL | Citrix & Google Partnership Presentation | Campus Tour
About this event
Join us for an afternoon of tech, food, drinks, & a tour of Google's office in Boulder, CO! We'll hear about Taking Back control of issues in Citrix from Liquidware, plus have a presentation about how Citrix & Google's partnership benefits customers. Come for the tech sessions, stay for the campus tour!
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Google employees and xWFs* are required to use Google’s Guest Kiosks to officially sign in their guests. Hosts are encouraged to pre-register their visitor(s) via go/guest and have them verify all information on arrival.
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Guests are pre-registered in the Google go/guest visitor system or prepared to register via the kiosk on arrival.
Guests are prepared to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 when they arrive.*
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Guests wear their visitor badge in plain view during their entire visit.
Guests are escorted at all times.
Guests do not enter restricted spaces.
Guests do not use certain campus amenities, including gyms, gBikes, scooters, climbing walls, Tier II & III makerspaces, locker rooms, and massage chairs.
Guests do not bring animals. Appropriate exceptions for service animals are permitted to provide accessibility for people with disabilities.
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Underage guests are directly supervised at all times.
Guests return visitor badges at the end of their visit.
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Take Back Control of Your Citrix environment with CommandCTRL
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Citrix & Google Partnership Technical Presentation