Citrix has announced XenMobile MDM, an enterprise mobile device management solution which it claimed gives users device choice while also enabling IT to meet its management and compliance requirements.
Future employees will face a very different work life from today – never tethered to one location and able to share and access knowledge more easily – thanks to the acceleration of consumerization and the influx of devices and platforms entering the workplace, predicts Ovum.
Citrix has officially opened a new US$8.7-million corporate data center in Singapore, making it its second largest internal facility in the world for the virtualization and network company.
Citrix’s Yaj Malik explains the difference between the three types of clouds and why all three are important or relevant to most organizations today.
2013 will see the continuation of some key 2012 trends as well as significant shifts in the approach towards enterprise mobility management and cloud computing. Yaj Malik, Asean vice president at Citrix, talks us through what to expect for enterprise IT in 2013.
BYOD has been the buzzword this year in the enterprise world. Some enterprises, especially MNCs, have developed policies to embrace the trend, but the support is not there, says one survey by Ovum. The road to further adoption could still be far off, argues Edwin Yapp.
Dell has expanded its cloud client computing portfolio in Asia Pacific with new desktop virtualization and cloud client solutions developed with Citrix that are easy to deploy and support, and deliver a cost effective and highly secure way to enable any worker to use any app on any device.
For technology solutions provider Citrix Systems, the continued rise of mobile and cloud computing along with the bring your own device (BYOD) movement has translated to a sharpened focus on meeting the demands of clients dealing with a changed IT environment and workforce.
Citrix Systems' chief security strategist Kurt Roemer sits down with Digital News Asia to share his thoughts on securing enterprise environments in bring your own device (BYOD) age.
The days of organizations mandating what devices employees can use are over. Today’s digital natives are demanding that their organizations allow them to bring their own gadgets, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, to the workplace. Organizations would have to embrace these new realities in order to attract talent, which is instrumental in infusing innovation into an organization.