As a Distinguished Engineer and Partner Engineering Director, levitra Joy Chik is responsible for delivering services under Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) including both Intune for modern device and application management and Remote Desktop Service that delivers a rich and fluid desktop and application remoting solution. The key value that Intune and RDS provides is the ability for enterprise to enable People centric IT and enterprise mobility. These services allow IT to control the applications and data that employees need to perform their job, ailment while making them accessible from the wide variety of devices the employees use. This provides “work anywhere from any device” and “bring your device to work” scenarios while ensuring that your control and compliance needs are met. In FY15, EMS has been the fastest growing business in the Microsoft history, with over 600% revenue growth rate.
Joy joined Microsoft in June 1998. She started as a software design engineer in the Windows NT Terminal Server group and worked on features such as Remote Desktop Protocol. Windows 2000 was her first release. She became a development lead in 2001. She was responsible for delivering the Remote Desktop features for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. In 2005, she has taken on the Development Manager role for the entire Terminal Server and VDI business. She has shipped all versions of Windows Client and Server releases from XP, Server 2003 all the way to current Windows 10 and Server 2016.
Enterprise Client and Mobility (ECM) team has four geographic locations: Cambridge, Mountain View, Utah and Redmond with a total of about 500 people.
Prior to joining Microsoft full time, Joy interned at Microsoft with the Exchange team in 1996. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY in 1998.
Joy enjoys traveling; she has visited every continent except Antarctica. Joy practices yoga on a daily basis. She also enjoys hiking, biking, dining and watching movies on weekends.