Hi, I’m Jits Langedijk, a Technology Officer at PQR.
Born march 1st 1979 in the east of The Netherlands. At the present day I live in Driebergen more centralized in our tiny but beautiful country.
I started my IT career somewhere late during the 90’s, administering a Novell NetWare 3.1 with Windows 95 client PC’s. Fortunately, this was replaced with a Windows NT4 environment, Exchange 5, Oracle (Unix) and a Windows NT4 Terminal Services with Citrix Metaframe 1.8 environment. To young to had any experience with Winframe. After a couple of years with various migrations towards Windows 2000, Exchange 2000 and Citrix Presentation Server 4 it was time to move on.
I started working as a System Engineer and quickly I made the leap towards consultancy. Helping organizations to make the right IT related decisions, design and build new IT infrastructures and of course migrate towards these new environments. Most of these environments where based on Server Based Computing (SBC) concepts these days.
Since 2009 I started working at PQR, and today I’m the Technology Officer. In this role I help organisations to set their IT related goals for the future. Defining a IT vision and strategy to help them to accomplish their business goals. Internally I work with my colleagues on a variety of subjects, such internal vision and strategy, roadmap and innovation.
Helping organizations to develop an IT vision and strategy for the mid term is very satisfactory. In the end it’s still all about delivering access to information and applications for all of us. Whether its a Windows based application delivered via a VDI environment, using a native mobile app or just secure data or email or any web app whatsoever, it’s still, and always will be, helping individuals to achieve their goals and live their life in the most convenient and pleasant way.
Since 2016 I’m rewarded as a Citrix Technology Advocate (CTA).
As of 2017 I’m part of the NVIDIA vGPU Community Advisor program (NGCA).
And last but not least I also get al lot of energy by delivering presentations at various events. Take a look at “Presentations & Publications” to get a glance of these events.
So enjoy reading this blog and remember all thoughts are welcome.
With kind regards,