Christopher L Campbell

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mobile Product Group | XenMobile. Xen Strategist , Mobility Evangelist , Social Media Guru & overall XenJedi Twitter @ChrisLCampbell Google+ http://Gplus.to/ChrisLCampbell LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/CLCampbell
  1. Mobility Master Class: Delivering Any App to Any Device with XenMobile

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    To successfully embrace bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and corporate-owned, personally-enabled (COPE) strategies it’s important to understand the technology securely managing and delivering mobile, web and Windows apps to mobile devices. Technologies such as Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and Windows desktop application virtualization can help. Satisfying user requirements and addressing the broadest set of use cases for IT while satisfying business needs requires a future proof solution that ...

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  2. Delivering Any App to Any Device with XenMobile and XenApp

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    To keep people productive you must have a comprehensive app delivery strategy, but what are the technical considerations of different approaches? Which approach — native, containerized, and virtual apps — best meets the various mobile use cases? The Citrix Mobility 2014 Survey showed that the mobile app use case in the enterprise is growing. It’s no longer about just securing email…for an enterprise to remain agile ...

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  3. BlackBerry Migration for Federal Agencies with XenMobile

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    Migration away from BlackBerry is gaining steam among government agencies with major analysts providing guidance to begin planning now. With reduced budgets and important security plus productivity considerations at stake, Federal, State and Local government agencies need an enterprise mobility solution that can flexibly cover their immediate requirements for secure mobile email and also meet future requirements for supporting an agile and diverse mobile workforce ...

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  4. Adding XenMobile users to a XenDesktop Environment

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    Citrix XenDesktop has been enabling users to access applications and desktops, anywhere, anytime.  However, with the growth of smartphones, not all applications and websites give the best user experience, and for that Citrix has XenMobile. If a company has 30,000 employees, 5,000 of these may be remote users utilizing XenDesktop to access applications and desktops.  However, with today’s smartphone and tablet technology all 30,000 users ...

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  5. XenMobile Guide to Mobility Mastery at Citrix Synergy 2014

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    It goes without saying but everyone has mobility on the mind today. In fact recent changes in the industry has validated the vision Citrix envisioned years ago. If mobility was an equation this is how we at Citrix define it. First thing to remember is that... …it’s more like this... …and with Citrix it’s like this... …so with the Citrix mobility portfolio we simplify your mobility challenge down to ...

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  6. XenMobile and the Citrix Mobile Workspaces Architecture

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    You’ve heard us talk about Mobile Workspaces and if you’re a techie you’re probably wondering if Citrix really has the architectural components (a complete, comprehensive and fully integrated architecture) that can deliver any app and data to any user on any device over any network? Well let’s first identify a few of the market leading technologies that make up the Citrix Mobile Workspaces solution: XenApp mobilizes and secures ...

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  7. Forrester and Citrix on Closing the Mobile App Gap

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    Users are bringing their own devices to work and also influencing your decisions about company-issued devices.  To be productive using these devices, your users need anytime, anywhere access to all types of apps – mobile, Windows, web, and SaaS. If you’re not able to deliver the apps your users need, you may fall victim to the “app gap” and put your organization at risk. WATCH ON-DEMAND as Forrester ...

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  8. Secure Enterprise Mobile Productivity with XenMobile and Samsung KNOX

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    As smart phones and tablets liberate workforces and Android becomes one of the corporate devices of choice, a well-architected enterprise device management approach designed for productivity and security is essential.  IT needs to centrally secure and manage mobile devices, apps, and data. Users need secure access to business apps and data from anywhere.  What’s needed is an integrated IT approach that allows a workforce to be ...

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  9. Citrix and Samsung on your Key to a Secure Corporate Mobile Strategy

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      As Android takes on the leading market share of mobile devices, enterprises need to be prepared with a solid plan to overcome the security challenges and protect corporate and employee data whether leveraging COPE – Corporately Owned Personally Enabled devices or BYOD – Bring Your Own Devices. Samsung KNOX provides the solution to Android fragmentation. Strong positioning with Mobile Device Management (MDM) partners is crucial to ...

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  10. BYOD Happens: Best Practices to Secure Mobile Devices

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    Protecting confidential data on personally-owned tablets and smartphones is not an easy task. Enterprises have to walk a fine line between securing business information, respecting users’ privacy and putting in controls that don’t impede user productivity. How do you secure the data on BYO devices while it is in transit, as well as protect respective servers behind the firewall? Watch on-demand as Brian Robison, Principal Technology Evangelist ...

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