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XenClient 5 part of a comprehensive BYOD solution

Citrix just updated XenClient to release 5 and enhanced its already comprehensive workload delivery solution by adding unified profile management, integration with a personal virtual disk, and adding a synchronizer for corporate PCs and BYO Macs.

August 14, 2013 by

Survey on iPad in enterprise: Thumbs up!

An informal survey of more than 5,000 Citrix customers point to the popularity of the iPad among businesses and the enterprise, and to the still spotty response by IT management for access to company resources.

December 7, 2010

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November 19, 2009 by LE-Software Sweden

Citrix releases new edition of XenDesktop V4

Just in time for VMware's VMworld, Citrix announced the release of a new version of XenDesktop that includes two new components, XenClient and XenVault. Their stated goal is to bring laptops into the organization's management environment.

August 25, 2010 by

Why all the activity centering on client-side virtualization?

In the past few weeks, we've seen a flurry of announcements about desktop or client-side virtualization that cross the technology segments of access virtualization, application virtualization, virtual machine technology and management of those virtualized resources.  Suppliers such as Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Wanova, AppSense and an impressive list of others have announced new capabilities, product enhancements, new partnerships and the like.

March 21, 2010 by

Citrix's XenApp 6 debuts

Citrix -- a leading virtualization vendor -- has announced a major upgrade of its flagship product, XenApp, formerly known as Citrix MetaFrame and also Presentation Server.XenApp 6, which will be available for download on March 24, offers simplifed centralized management, expanded scalability, enhanced integration with Microsoft virtualization platform and enhanced Macintosh and smartphone support, Citrix said.

March 9, 2010 by

MokaFive Suite 2.0: Granular approach to desktop management

Several suppliers, including MokaFive, Citrix, HP, Neocleus, VDIworks, Virtual Computer, VMware, Wyse and a number of others, have developed ways to allow both a locked down environment and a staff member's own sand box to be running on the same machine at the same time. MokaFive and Virtual Computer appear to have developed the most granular approaches to management. Both allow operating system images, application images, user personalization and user data to be provisioned and managed from a central location.

September 23, 2009 by

Fortisphere - if you can't see it, you can't manage it

Fortisphere's impressive story has gotten more impressive since we last spoke. While VMware, Microsoft, Citrix and the like have tools that do some of the things Fortesphere's Virtual Service Management does, Fortisphere has a strong set of capabilities and should be considered

September 22, 2009 by

Virtual Computer NxTop Beta

I've been tracking the development cycle of several virtual desktop environments. Virtual Computer's NxTop is one of the more interesting I've bee following. I've looked in on what the company's doing several times (see Desktop virtualization according to Virtual Computer and Virtual Computer Round B and Citrix for more information). Although virtual machine technology is at the heart of NxTop, the real focus is management - management of the operating systems, applications and user data hosted by that virtual machine environment. This simple change in focus makes all the difference.

March 4, 2009 by

Citrix and Xen not versus Xen

Simon Crosby, CTO of Citrix’s Virtualization Management group, contacted me after reading the post, Citrix versus the Xen community, to clear up some misconceptions that he thought were the basis of my post. After reading his message, it's clear that what he had to say was very persuasive.

July 16, 2008 by

Citrix boosts Sydney software arm

Thin client specialist Citrix Systems has added to its software development staff in Sydney as part of its acquisition of resource management vendor Aurema.Citrix announced it acquired processor workload monitoring technology from the Cupertino, California-headquartered Aurema, originally founded in Sydney in 1986.

February 14, 2007 by

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