Remote Access is the ability to log onto a network from a distant location. Generally, this implies a computer, a modem, and some remote access software to connect to the network. Whereas remote control refers to taking control of another computer, remote access means that the remote computer actually becomes a full-fledged host on the network. The remote access software dials in directly to the network server.
Recent developments and trends such as BYOD, advances in enterprise video technologies, and a proliferation of employee collaboration platforms have prompted more and more organizations to develop comprehensive unified communications (UC) strategies. Compelled by the prospect of reducing communication costs and raising employee productivity, 78% of organizations report they already have a strategic plan and budget in place for at least some components of UC. Download to learn more!
Unified communications (UC) is a powerful technology with a multifaceted value proposition. UC can significantly reduce the cost of communications but more importantly raises productivity by streamlining the collaboration process. Download now to read how UC can increase your company productivity.
The following solution guide describes the ways that IBM Security offerings help organizations centrally manage and automate identity lifecycle management, access control and security analytics across the enterprise, from mainframe to workstation.
This white paper underscores why it’s critical for SMEs to protect all endpoints – not just mobile devices – in the operating environment. It also explains the challenges of applying stringent security across all endpoints and balancing that with convenience and ease-of-use for employees.
Not all VDI solutions are alike. To deliver the best results for your business, you need to make sure the solution you choose can enable full productivity not just in the office on traditional endpoints, but anywhere people work, on any device they use. With Citrix XenDesktop, you can provide access to virtualized apps and desktops from anywhere, on any device, with a great experience in any scenario.
A wide range of business issues is driving IT toward desktop virtualization. One solution—Citrix XenDesktop with FlexCast technology—helps IT teams empower their entire workforces, one project at a time
While consumerization offers many benefits for both end users and the enterprise in terms of convenience, efficiency and productivity, it presents important challenges for IT departments, especially in terms of endpoint backup and data security. To reap the benefits of consumerization while avoiding security and other pitfalls requires an understanding of the origins of this latest IT trend, its enduring presence and how the most successful enterprises have effectively embraced this new reality.
Collaborative looks at how and why the onshore model has re-emerged as a solution-of-choice for many IT organizations. Today the advantages include lower costs, less travel, and the security and continuity provided by a more stable workforce. Even more important, moving “home” generates higher consumer satisfaction and new business opportunities.
This white paper examines how Citrix XenApp and Citrix XenDesktop dramatically reduce the effort required to protect mission-critical information, while giving users fast, simple remote access that enhances business productivity.
In this info graphic, you will learn how the workplace has developed over time. The hours, ways and means employees work has become increasingly flexible. Stay ahead of evolving business needs with communications that enable people to work the way they want.
Desktop virtualization is attractive to organizations of all types and sizes worldwide because of its many compelling benefits. Download here to learn about XenClient, an innovative, clientside alternative for delivering virtual desktops, which allows IT to extend the benefits of desktop virtualization to laptop users whether they are working online or offline.
International Herald Tribune (IHT) needed to ensure that all of its journalists, regardless of their location, have network access 24x7 to meet their demanding editorial schedule. Read the case study to learn how IHT deployed Riverbed Cascade™ to gain insight into their WAN traffic and a true end-to-end view of the application delivery path from servers to desktops.
In this Forrester's Wave File Sync and Share Platforms Q3 2013 report, the global research and advisory firm evaluates 16 file sync and share vendors: Accellion, Acronis, AirWatch, Alfresco, Box, Citrix, Dropbox, Egnyte, EMC, Google, Hightail (formerly YouSendIt,) IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Salesforce.com and WatchDox.