Tag: iphone

  1. Mobility Master Class: What’s New in XenMobile 10.0

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    With the release of XenMobile 10.0 Citrix continues to deliver an unparalleled experience for the end-user, IT admins and Citrix Partners. XenMobile 10.0 new simplified administration, architecture, security, deployment and supportability enhancements give IT the ability to manage enterprise mobile apps in half the time with a more automated EMM process. In This Master Class You Will Learn About: How we got to XenMobile 10 Software and Hardware ...

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  2. Mobility Master Class: Deploying Citrix XenMobile on Apple iOS

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    With this latest release of iOS, Apple has continued to put forward more enterprise friendly capabilities.  Apple iOS 7 introduced a compelling set of business ready features that Apple iOS 8 continues to build on. These features have CIOs rethinking the mobility challenge presented by consumer devices and how to address them. This opens up some very interesting possibilities and addresses some compelling use cases ...

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  3. Thinking about Abstraction in your 2015 Mobility Strategy

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    The true goal of a mobile transformation is not about deploying the latest devices,  but to deliver business software that makes you forget they exist. When we talk about the mobility-transformed business, we’re talking about a fundamental change in the way people work and businesses operate. From a businessperson’s perspective, the mobility-transformed business means being able to move projects forward, close deals, serve customers and collaborate ...

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  4. Quad-Bypass: The Enterprise Mobility Worst-Case Security Scenario [VIDEO]

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    At Citrix, our definition of a quadruple bypass is a BYOD user on a consumer-grade device using sensitive enterprise data and going directly to the cloud. It truly represents the worst-case scenario for securing enterprise mobility. This approach completely bypasses the control and visibility of IT—and it’s alarmingly common in today’s organizations. There are good reasons for this, of course. Consumer devices are popular and ...

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  5. Are iOS devices putting your business at risk?

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    Wildly popular from the executive suite to the back office, Apple’s iPhone and iPad are the devices that launched a thousand bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. For IT, there’s a lot to love about the inherent security of the walled-garden iOS ecosystem. But don’t get complacent; iOS devices can still expose your business assets to risk. Here’s what you need to know about iOS security—and how to ...

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  6. How IT can securely control Android and iOS devices

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    Android and iOS mobile devices— including smartphones, tablets and everything in between—have transformed enterprise computing, providing new mobility and flexibility for people and IT. At the same time, they compound the challenge of maintaining effective security and privacy of business information.  Read on and attend our upcoming webinar to get best practices on how IT can securely embrace mobility, consumer devices and BYOD. Instead of seeking ...

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  7. 12 Monitoring Products for Citrix XenServer – including options for hybrid infrastructure and mobile, XenDesktop, Cloud, iPad

    With the vast amount of interest new and unrivalled features such as vGPU are attracting. I’m increasingly meeting new customers to Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop interested in monitoring functionality not only for these two products but other Citrix products such as Netscaler but their existing hypervisors and physical servers. Many of our customers say it is important to them that they protect themselves by retaining the ...

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  8. Status of European Enterprise Mobility

    The adoption of mobile phones in Europe has typically led most regions, with many countries over 100% penetrated (based on multiple connected devices per user) and monthly usage for voice and message well over that of landline devices. But while North America has moved forward with almost ubiquitous 4G LTE systems, 3G still dominates in most European countries. Though 3G speeds were an improvement to ...

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  9. iOS 7 is here, and a new Citrix Receiver is required … So how do I know who to tell?

    So, the new iOS 7 is here , and it requires(read "only supports") the new Citrix Receiver 5.8.3. Some of my users will take the initial prompt and update the iOS immediately, and then find they can no longer access their XenApp Published applications; others may decline the prompt out of uncertainty of how it will affect their iPhone/iPad apps. I want both of these groups ...

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  10. Apple Announces New Hardware But Is Software Becoming The New Driver?

    Apple announced two new phones yesterday, the iPhone 5C and 5S and it was pretty much what was expected and talked about over the past few months. Plenty of reporters have done a great job covering the details, including ZDNet linked here, if you haven't seen them already. The general consensus between media and analysts is that even with the addition of the fingerprint reader (called ...

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