Citrix Drives Secure Mobility with XenMobile 10

Desktop virtualization firm Citrix is getting off to a fast start in 2015. After acquiring virtualized storage player Sanbolic on Monday, the company is moving ahead with a new release of its XenMobile enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.

With XenMobile 10, Citrix makes promises on both sides of the mobility fence. The new release works to optimize the experience for end users while automating deployment and management processes for IT admins. Citrix' acquisition of Sanbolic is aimed at making enterprise data and workloads "highly available and elastic based on changing business demands.EU

The design of XenMobile 10 has been improved to facilitate streamlined workflows in its suite of integrated mobile productivity apps. The idea is to provide a strong business experience for mobile device users. Citrix is betting IT teams will appreciate the unified EMM platform that makes it easier to deploy and manage mobile apps, data and devices with security and scalability to accommodate growing mobile workforces.

EUCitrix delivers a powerful EMM solution, and we are looking forward to rolling out the new release,EU said Jesper Blomqvist Rydstrom, head of workplace, defense and security company Saab. EUThe simplified architecture in XenMobile provides a streamlined experience for IT, enabling us to scale and manage a growing mobile workforce in an efficient and highly secure manner, while preserving end user experience.EU

Strategic Integrations

Chris Marsh, principal analyst of Enterprise Mobile App Strategies at 451 Research, said Citrix is going beyond having just a comprehensive EMM solution with XenMobile 10.

EUThrough integrations of its Worx apps and ShareFile service for example, it is able to deliver strong mobile user experiences, which will appeal to companies wanting to invest in mobility to drive greater worker productivity without introducing disparate and fragmented sets of technologies that they might otherwise have to deal with,EU Marsh said. EUWith these kinds of innovations,...

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Citrix Drives Secure Mobility with XenMobile 10

Desktop virtualization firm Citrix is getting off to a fast start in 2015. After acquiring virtualized storage player Sanbolic on Monday, the company is moving ahead with a new release of its XenMobile enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.

With XenMobile 10, Citrix makes promises on both sides of the mobility fence. The new release works to optimize the experience for end users while automating deployment and management processes for IT admins. Citrix' acquisition of Sanbolic is aimed at making enterprise data and workloads "highly available and elastic based on changing business demands.EU

The design of XenMobile 10 has been improved to facilitate streamlined workflows in its suite of integrated mobile productivity apps. The idea is to provide a strong business experience for mobile device users. Citrix is betting IT teams will appreciate the unified EMM platform that makes it easier to deploy and manage mobile apps, data and devices with security and scalability to accommodate growing mobile workforces.

EUCitrix delivers a powerful EMM solution, and we are looking forward to rolling out the new release,EU said Jesper Blomqvist Rydstrom, head of workplace, defense and security company Saab. EUThe simplified architecture in XenMobile provides a streamlined experience for IT, enabling us to scale and manage a growing mobile workforce in an efficient and highly secure manner, while preserving end user experience.EU

Strategic Integrations

Chris Marsh, principal analyst of Enterprise Mobile App Strategies at 451 Research, said Citrix is going beyond having just a comprehensive EMM solution with XenMobile 10.

EUThrough integrations of its Worx apps and ShareFile service for example, it is able to deliver strong mobile user experiences, which will appeal to companies wanting to invest in mobility to drive greater worker productivity without introducing disparate and fragmented sets of technologies that they might otherwise have to deal with,EU Marsh said. EUWith these kinds of innovations,...

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