Posts Tagged ‘Citrix’
Citrix and desktop-as-a-service rivals Amazon and Cisco Systems may be the biggest beneficiaries of growing interest in business-class DaaS, but the biggest loser may be Microsoft.
Cisco is making a major play for the expanding desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) market by releasing a standardized deployment architecture based on the Desktone management platform, tailored for instances of VMware and Citrix running on its Unified Computing System servers.
Fortinet debuted the latest iteration of its Web application firewall OS and three new related appliances, a move that gives it more relevance and credibility with large scale customers as the firm continues its upmarket journey.
With its acquisition of Zenprise, Citrix is looking to build a partner community for its new MDM product lines, starting with a mobility boot camps for 48 partners at its Citrix Summit conference this week.
Avnet is hoping to capture the imagination of its channel partners with its VSPEX-based offering, which promises a converged architecture to work in harsh environments.
The new NetScaler Insight Center aims to increase visibility and real-time insight into data center activity and provide a 360-degree view for all mobile, Web and virtual desktop traffic.
VMware launches a comprehensive mobility and virtualization suite, VMware Horizon, encompassing key areas on application, security, data management and virtual desktop access for a “multi-device era.”
Citrix turns around its Zenprise acquisition with the introduction of XenMobile, an end-to-end MDM suite that addresses pain points like application security, identity management and secure remote access.
EMC is setting the stage for future investment into it EMC VPLEX virtual storage solutions with the launch of a series of assessment and cost benefit analysis services, a move that indicates it doesn’t intend to surrender is position in virtual storage markets.
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