Tag: application_delivery

  1. Managed Service Provider or Citrix Service Provider, What’s the Difference?

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    In a word, scale. That's the name of the game, isn't it? Managed Service Providers (or MSPs) provide IT services to both small and large companies. They usually focus on high-quality custom services based on a high degree of IT and Network Engineering. Their contracts to end customers (or subscribers) focus on business solutions customized for bespoke implementations. Low-scale, high-margin term contracts. MSPs have been around ...

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  2. Delivering Contextual Security with SmartControl

    Control is a core requirement for delivering on the promises of security – but how can enterprise control align with a threat landscape that is constantly changing due to seemingly unbounded user and usage situations? And, how can this access be unified across all internal and external applications to both enforce security and provide for a superior user experience? Today’s enterprise security control has to be ...

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  3. NetScaler Policies – Simplifies Client-IP Insertion on Backend

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    As the CDN networks and Secure Web Gateways grow in terms of practical usage, it becomes even more challenging to preserve the Client-IP throughout the path to the last leg. We get this question often.  We addressed it directly in this 2012 blog post: (http://blogs.citrix.com/2012/08/31/using-tcp-options-for-client-ip-insertion/). What we did not cover was the actual implementation of this concept as how one can read the IP address ...

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  4. Citrix Specialists Stand Out from the Generalist Crowd

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    Citrix specialists earn incremental incentives and enhance co-selling with Citrix Sales. Demonstrated technical competency in Citrix solutions is the newest path to business success.  The old saying, “Jack of all trades, master of none,” is especially relevant in today’s fast-changing and increasingly specialized technology landscape. To increase the likelihood of project success, many customers are avoiding generalists in favor of partners with in-depth technical expertise. They are ...

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  5. Multi-Tenancy Redefined With Admin Partitions

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    The Core Requirement for Datacenter Deployments Has become the ability to run multiple services or instances on same infrastructure. The end customer use case for doing so results into the definition of Multi-tenancy.  It has been a requirement from many years and we were the first ADC vendor to introduce True and Complete Multi-tenant solution with NetScaler SDX platform.   NetScaler SDX defines Multi-tenancy across the software and ...

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  6. Learn to Demo in the Sandbox

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    Positioned to Win To sell to business decision makers, it is important to demonstrate solutions that incorporate your entire technology product stack and, in the case of Citrix, our end-to-end solutions. Your success will come from, not just selling products, but offering vertically-aligned solutions that support their organization's strategy. It is knowing your customer’s industry and being able to communicate to each of them that you understand ...

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