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VMblog speaks with Nabeel Youakim of Citrix during the IGEL DISRUPT 2020 event in Nashville, TN.
Citrix has been around for more than 30 years, helping to define the end user computing space. Nabeel talks about Citrix and their partnership with IGEL who have their own set of supported thin client devices and management software. Citrix has also been partnering with and working with Microsoft for a very long time, from Terminal Services to Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), and working to improve end user productivity.
Nabeel continues the discussion by talking about Citrix Workspace and the new Intellience for Citrix Workspace.
At Citrix Synergy, the Citrix annual user conference which took place last week at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Citrix made several announcements over the course of the three day event. But, the company aimed to make it quite clear that Citrix products should be an ideal option for all users, not just the power users or those in IT. By the end of day one, it was also clear that Citrix was placing a major focus around the Citrix Workspace product. If you haven’t seen it before, Workspace essentially provides an organized view of your available applications, documents, messaging, tasks and more; and provides users with secure access to their Web, SaaS, Windows, Linux and mobile apps.
While at Citrix Synergy 2019 in Atlanta, GA, VMblog spoke with Sridhar Mullapudi, SVP of products, managing Workspace services and the Apps team at Citrix.
Watch as Sridhar Mullapudi provides more detail into the Workspace platform. One of the interesting things announced was building intelligence into Workspace, and building a platform of work. The product comes with a host of micro-apps, but Citrix has built in support for partners and application providers to build their vertical specific needs and apps themselves. And what is going to be happening over the next 6 months. Mullapudi also goes into more detail as to what Citrix is doing within the security space such as the new keylogger blocking technology, as well as what they are doing within networking and multi-cloud.
In this video interview, VMblog speaks with PJ Hough, Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer at Citrix, while at Citrix Synergy 2019 in Atlanta, GA.
PJ Hough provides more details around a number of different announcements made at Citrix Synergy. Hough starts off with one of the major announcements at the show, Citrix Workspace, describing a whole new set of capabilities in Workspace, and a new set of intelligent experiences. He also details several big announcements made around networking. And finally, concludes with a discussion around cloud, providing insight into what Citrix is doing with Microsoft and Azure, Google Cloud, and more.
In this video interview, VMblog speaks with Tim Minahan, Executive Vice President, Business Strategy and Chief Marketing Officer at Citrix, while at Citrix Synergy 2019 in Atlanta, GA.
Minahan covers a number of items discussed throughout the course of Citrix Synergy, specifically: the shifting focus from IT management to the employee experience, presenting employees with a digital workspace that gives them everything they need to be productive in one unified experience; securing the individual user rather than just the environment with new key logging security and screen capture protection; and finally, better supporting the cloud journey by supporting customer's hybrid and multi-cloud strategies.
Watch and learn more as VMblog and Minahan dive into each of these three areas.
Stratodesk, a leader in end user computing solutions, is excited to announce Gaston County's success thanks to the Stratodesk/ViewSonic SC-T25 Citrix Ready workspace hub. Gaston County has taken advantage of the advanced capabilities and low price point of the joint solution in order to deliver advanced endpoint computing to their entire VDI. With the solution now in place, Gaston County reduces the average 20 user department PC/Endpoint refresh implementation from what used to take approximately 4 business weeks to 4 business days and reduces basic PC costs from approximately $800-$1000 per workstation to $100 per workspace hub.
The future of work is happening today. And in May, leading companies from around the world will gather for Citrix Synergy 2019 the premier digital work conference hosted by Citrix Systems, to experience and learn how they can deliver it. The event will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center May 21-23.
VMBlog speaks with Sridhar Mullapudi, VP, Product Management, Workspace Services at Citrix during Citrix Synergy 2018.