Posts Tagged ‘Zenprise’
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.
Cisco unleashes updates to the Cisco Unified Access architecture, bringing new switches and infrastructure capabilities that enable software-defined networking and sweeping device policy management capabilities, making it likely that CUA will be the backbone of Cisco’s networking strategy.
Citrix Systems Inc.’s Cynthia Gallant discusses the fast-growing services segment linking cloud and mobility. With nZenprise under its belt, Citrix is positioning partners for disruption by grouping key services that can become powerful solution sets.
Citrix updates the Podio suite with a collaboration module, allowing non-Podio users to access the platform, much like Google Docs. As Citrix seeks to capitalize on the wave of cloud and mobility — two sides of the same coin — the question remains whether Citrix will bridge all of its new technology technology to create one end-to-end channel solution.
NComputing overhauls its virtualization portfolio as it seeks to deliver an end-to-end virtualization portfolio and expand the capabilities of its channel partners. With a growing subscriber base and a strategic alliance with Citrix, NComputing is a rising star in the virtualization space.
Citrix confirms it will acquire MDM vendor Zenprise for its advanced device management and security capabilities. Citrix’s moves solidify its plans to deliver end-to-end mobility capabilities for BYOD and reinforces Citrix mobile-first agenda, critical in the coming wave of workplace mobility.
Rumors are circulating that Citrix is poised to leap headfirst into the mobile device management space by snapping up leading protagonist Zenprise.
A Zenprise survey shows more businesses are taking mobile initiatives and developing in-house apps to suit business needs and bring mobility into the workplace. As the trend increases, there’s potential for the channel to capitalize on this demand and shape the mobile-first future today.
Before the end of the month, Microsoft will release its long anticipated Surface tablet, PC manufactures will debut at least 20 Windows 8 tablets, and Apple and Best Buy are coming out with new tablets of their own. All these tablets will pressure businesses to control BYOD devices entering the workplace.
Verizon has significantly expanded its mobile device management solution with the launch of Enterprise Mobility-as-a-Service, an end-to-end release bolstered with security and management capabilities that aims to take territory in the MDM space while curbing MDM efforts by security industry peers.