I’m Brian and I love technology, and writing.
Being as this is my first post on Citrixology I figured that I should introduce myself.
Before any of that I would like to personally thank Lal for the opportunity he has given me to post to his Citrix blog. I have used his blog during research for some of my publications while posting to LinkedIn over the last 3 years.
A little about me –
I have worked in the IT industry for the last 14 years. I’ve always had a passion for technology ever since receiving my first Commodore 64. I wanted to take it apart and see how it magically worked, and I did.
I started my IT career on the Helpdesk of a large government defense sub-contractor. Quickly moving up the ranks to building / deploying Windows base images for Windows XP machines using Ghost.
Since then I have worked at a K-12 school as an administrator, an MSP managing their 13 engineer service desk and most recently working for the Industry Standard in VDI / SBC bench-marking / load testing software.
I currently work for Login VSI.
Login VSI is considered the industry standard for bench-marking / change management for large scale VDI / SBC deployments.
I’ve work with all the major vendors in this space.
Through my career journey I have the opportunity to work with a multitude of technology, and it has given me a unique perspective working with so many different software / hardware solutions.
In 2014 I decided that I would like to publish to LinkedIn when the feature became available. I have built a solid following on LinkedIn, and expanded to Medium and now w/ Lal’s blessing Citrixology. I hope to cover many topics during my tenor here, and learn a whole bunch in the process.
Thanks for joining me on this journey, and stay tuned for some exciting content!