Citrix has rounded out its mobile software portfolio with one eye on IT management policies and another on enablement.
To date, Citrix has focused on enabling corporate apps so they can be used on tablets and smartphones via its Receiver software. On Wednesday, the company moved to bolster efforts to deliver those apps via storefronts and centralized tools.
At its Synergy conference in San Francisco, Citrix rounded out its portfolio with the following:
Separately, Citrix also bolstered its cloud portfolio. First, the company acquired Virtual Computer, a startup focused on thin clients. With that announcement, Citrix also launched XenClient Enterprise for its desktop virtualization portfolio.
An effort called Project Avalon also was announced. The plan there is to deliver Windows applications as a cloud service.cquired Virtual Computer, a startup focused on thin clients. With that announcement, Citrix also launched XenClient Enterprise for its desktop virtualization portfolio.
Citrix also rolled out CloudPlatform, a platform as a service plan built on the company's CloudStack, and the added NetScaler 10 to Amazon Web Services.
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