Tag: cloudgateway

  1. Enterprise Mobility Management and the snap-in approach

    Enterprise Mobility Management is so much more than MDM or MAM or MCM (you pick your favorite 3 letter acronym - maybe even create a few new ones) The basic task of mobility management is building an increasingly efficient workforce, with improving levels of productivity, leveraging tools that simplify the operational complexity of providing a connected experience, that makes this vision a reality. For a ...

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  2. Access Gateway powers MDX technologies for secure mobility and BYOD

    Mobility is hot! Every enterprise wants to go BYOD. Employees are loving it, Execs are loving it, and IT is confused. Fear not, cause Citrix Access Gateway (as a part of Citrix XenMobile) is here to help. If you have followed enterprise mobility over the last few months, there is no way you are not aware of all the super cool stuff that’s happening around Citrix ...

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  3. Citrix Access Gateway: Demystifying the .E releases

    End of 2012, Citrix launched CloudGateway 2.5, and as part of that release, Access Gateway launched its version number – 10.0-71.6014.e. The .e in the version number has intrigued, as well as confused some of us. Let me try and demystify this. Access Gateway (Enterprise) as you know, is based on the NetScaler platform. NetScaler has two different kinds of releases: MR – Maintenance Releases .E – Enhancement ...

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  4. Citrix Access Gateway Plug-in Automation APIs

    Citrix Access Gateway is the best secure remote access device, for all your Citrix deployments. While a lot of your HDX applications and desktops can be accessed over Access Gateway, without requiring any client installation on the end points, there are times / use cases, when you do need to install a client as well. You would do so if: You need to access corporate websites, ...

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  5. Seamless Receiver experience with Access Gateway

    Citrix Receiver is the coolest way to access your enterprise applications. Not only does it give you a great end user experience, but also the experience is native for all the popular platforms that exist today. Citrix Receiver is available for your iPads, iPhones, Android devices, Windows, Mac, Linux platforms (and more).  And for the devices that do not have a native receiver, we have ...

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  6. Configuring Citrix Receiver for Android with CloudGateway2.5/2.6

    This article provides information on typical configuration issues that one may face while making Citrix Receiver work with Cloud Gateway. This focusses on what a Citrix Admin needs to do when various errors happen in Citrix Receiver for Android and working with @Work Apps for Android. This blog provides insights to resolve the following issues that one would see. 1. I get an error indicating "Citrix ...

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  7. It all ADDS up with BYOD (Assess + Design + Deploy + Support = Success)

    BYOD

    Cowboy consumerization is here…and it’s here to stay.  You may not want to admit it, but you already have a few “outlaws” in your organization who are using their own devices, regardless of whether you allow them to or not. In fact, you probably have entire departments accessing email, apps and data on devices and through services that are not secure. The consumerization of IT ...

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  8. Assumptions and Exceptions: Mobility is Redefining the Perimeter

    This may sound crazy, but of all the various mobile technologies that have been released in the last several years, the one which has had the most profound impact on me is Microsoft's ActiveSync. ActiveSync, if you aren't familiar with it, is the protocol that Outlook uses to communicate with Exchange. Not a particularly exciting bit of technology, but the key change is that its ...

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  9. Flu Season + Mobile Workstyle Strategy = Increased Productivity

    SickatWork

    The impact of this flu season has been costly to employers. A study last year by Walgreens found out that 100 million workdays and approximately $7 billion in wages were lost during the 2010-2011 flu season. A recent CDC report estimates that U.S. employers paid $10.4 billion in hospitalization and outpatient costs - and they think it’s on track to be even worse this season. ...

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  10. Federal Mobility conversations

    It’s amazing how commonplace the mobility conversation has become this past year within the Federal government. Everyone is abuzz with the term, and it looks like “mobility” is going the way of “cloud” in regard to disparate and varied usage. Several telework initiatives have even been folded under the Mobility umbrella -- see the recent re-branding of the Federal Telework Exchange as the “Mobile Work ...

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