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3 Reasons IT Pros Should Embrace Citrix XenApp & XenDesktop

Citrix XenApp and its close cousin Citrix XenDesktop are generally useful platforms for application and desktop virtualization, respectively. When done correctly, virtualization of these asset classes can yield substantial advantages for an organization, such as cost reductions in IT operations, superior flexibility in supporting remote sites and employees, and broader access to apps and desktops in Linux-based environments.

Why IT Pros Need to Know How to Handle Mobile Information Management with VMware

VMware is best known for its pioneering efforts in server virtualization, which it brought to the fore of enterprise IT throughout the 2000s. Building on that technical base, the company has since become a central player in every important sector of modern business technology, from network virtualization (through NSX, a billion-dollar business it created from its acquisition of Nicira Networks) to private cloud (via the vCloud Air product lines). VMware has also made inroads in mobile device management (also known as enterprise mobility management), primarily through AirWatch.

4 AirWatch Tricks that Will Wow Your Boss

What can you gain from mastering VMware AirWatch? The platform is one of the most widely used solutions for mobile device management (also known as enterprise mobility management) and has been a reliable source of revenue for VMware even as the company restructures and de-emphasizes some age-old products such as Fusion and Workstation.

The Zen of XenApp/XenDesktop

5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Citrix's Virtualization Tool

Citrix, like Cisco and VMware, is one of the main players in network virtualization. Its primary solutions in this realm - XenApp and XenDesktop - are designed like the rest of the company's tools to deliver a top-notch experience for remote workers. But unlike other Citrix products such as the videoconferencing platform GoToMeeting (which Citrix spun off into a separate business in 2015), both of these offerings are designed with IT admins, rather than end users, in mind.


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