David Bieneman – Co-Founder and CEO
David has a track record of success in virtualization startup companies, having launched Vizioncore Inc. in 2002 as a software development company focused on enhancing Citrix Systems. Vizioncore grew to a multi-million dollar business that set the standard for image back-ups and disaster recovery in the virtualization community. In 2007, Vizioncore was acquired by Quest Software, and David left to found Liquidware to innovate new solutions to address next-generation virtual and physical desktops. With more than 20 years’ experience working with thin client and virtualization technologies, David is very active in developing cutting-edge technologies to complement existing virtualization platforms.  David remains passionate about the business benefits that virtualization brings to organizations, both large and small, and is often a featured speaker at industry events.

J.Tyler “T. Rex” Rohrer – Co-Founder Liquidware
Tyler co-founded Liquidware after leaving a key role within VMware’s Enterprise Desktop Team. Previously, he was a partner at FOEDUS, a very successful consulting organization that was acquired by VMware in 2008. Tyler’s professional services experience and knowledge within VDI deployments is legendary. As an evangelist and recognized authority on the topic, he is a regular contributor to industry forums and speaks nationally on topics such as application and desktop virtualization, as well as Cloud Computing. As an economist, technologist, futurist, and theoretical physicist – his perspectives and counsel on advanced desktop architectures are sought after by the largest corporations in the world.

Jason Mattox – CTO
Jason is known for his world-class knowledge and leadership in virtual end user computing. From the early 1990s, he was building on-demand desktops in server based computing environments with users hosted in the datacenter. As a founding member of the team, Jason spent almost nine years at Vizioncore as CTO prior to its acquisition by Quest Software where he continued to serve as the Director and Chief Technologist through early 2011. Jason regularly contributes to industry blogs on a number of virtualization topics and remains excited about using his considerable expertise to build affordable, yet scalable enterprise level software to bring desktop virtualization to the masses.

Grace Krokidas – VP, Worldwide Marketing
Grace joined Liquidware  as Vice President of Worldwide Marketing. In this role, she is tasked with building on the company’s successes to increase its visibility with media and analysts, as well as to drive awareness and education for customers and collaboration with partners. Grace was a force in making Vizioncore a “household name” in the virtualization community by providing strong support for the user groups, bloggers and evangelists who launched themselves in the early days of the industry. Previous to Vizioncore, she created marketing strategy and channel programs for Zebra Technologies, Sun Microsystems, Ricoh Business Systems and DeVry University, among others. She has an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management and a B.A. in Communications from Loyola University in Chicago.

Jason E.  Smith –  VP, Product Marketing
Jason has led and advised numerous successful systems management and security technology companies for more than 15 years. In addition to his long running role as a marketing consultant in the industry, he currently serves as Product Director for Liquidware’s leading User and Application Virtualization solution.

Chris Walker – Senior Solutions Engineer, Stratusphere UX
Chris is an established IT veteran and virtualization monitoring expert who has been involved with integration initiatives for 20+ years. Chris has worked on many mission-critical systems upgrade projects for the healthcare, medical and legal industries, where he was responsible for high- end network design as well as designing storage area networks and server virtualization solutions to support critical high availability applications. 




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