Mobile Applications

Leading Enterprises in Delivering a Fully Secure, App Centric Solution

Provided by Citrix

Category Mobile Applications

Type Webcast

Length

Publish Date May 08 2014

Date posted May 08 2014

Overview

Speakers:

Derek Slovin, Global Alliance Engineer, Google Chrome
Calvin Hsu, Vice President, Product Marketing, Citrix

Join us for this on-demand webinar to hear how you can future-proof your enterprise by embracing the move to an apps first, mobile centric world. Google and Citrix offer an enterprise ready and highly scalable solution that allows organizations, including those needing to migrate from WinXP, to easily deliver any Windows or Web-based app with the highest level of security and performance.

During this webinar, Google and Citrix experts will discuss how a successful Chromebook with Citrix XenDesktop and Citrix XenApp implementation fulfills modern end user computing needs.

Learn more about successful customer installations and how you can move your organization to an app-centric, mobile first way of working with Google and Citrix.

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