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Andy Philp

Andy Philp

Andy Philp is a Principal Product Marketing Manager at Nexthink. Andy has worked in various roles in End-User Computing over the last 20 years ranging from consulting, presales, product management and marketing.
Andy Philp
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Andy Philp

Andy Philp is a Principal Product Marketing Manager at Nexthink. Andy has worked in various roles in End-User Computing over the last 20 years ranging from consulting, presales, product management and marketing.

Blog|July 6

How to Optimize IT Costs with Tailored End User Personas

Standardization (treating everyone the same) may work for IT, but it does not work for employees. If IT gave each employee the same device and tech stack, what would be the result? Some employees wouldn’t have the tools they need, others would have too many. Every employee would be confused and unsatisfied with their work...
Desktop Virtualization|March 1

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) Stressing You Out? Read Expert Advice

DaaS (Desktop as a Service) simplifies virtual desktop and application delivery into a cloud-based subscription service that avoids the traditional complexities of on-premises VDI. As such, the potential benefits of DaaS are very attractive to IT teams that wish to establish greater control over desktops, improve security and speed-up provisioning.  It’s no wonder that DaaS...
Hybrid Work|September 10 2021

Mean Time to Innocence: Avoiding the Blame Game with Desktop Virtualization

Mean time to innocence (MTTI) is a term used by IT teams to prove that their respective domain is not the source of a particular issue. In other words, it’s a fancy term to avoid blame when something goes wrong. Each team has its own domain-specific tools to prove the issue is not their fault. With...
Desktop Virtualization|August 16 2021

Who was VDI created For? How a Tweak in Strategy Can Pay Big Dividends

Here’s a direct quote from an IT Manager I spoke with recently: “We’ve been using virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) for a large percentage of employees for a few years now, but between you and me, it’s been a mess. We have no way of telling whether our virtual and physical users experience the same problems...
Blog|July 15 2021

Accountable but Not Informed – Bring Clarity to Your Desktop Virtualization Environments

Why is it that when IT has to manage a virtual desktop environment, their job becomes infinitely harder?  If you were to poll every major enterprise IT department, there’s always one team (or person) that’s ultimately held accountable for the organization’s Digital Employee Experience.  And when you add in popular desktop virtualization solutions ranging from on-premises solutions like Citrix and VMware, or cloud virtual desktop solutions like Azure Virtual Desktop...