Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices have become embedded in enterprise processes, thanks to the consumerization of IT and a new generation of workers raised on mobile...
Many organizations are recognizing that onboarding is more than just processing paperwork and completing the checklist for a new hire to start. Onboarding involves making sure...
Since Human Resources (HR) departments want to hire quality candidates, they have no room for error during job interviews. What can Human Resources do to increase the chance of...
When Live Nation spun off from Clear Channel Communications it urgently needed to consolidate nearly 100 different Web sites. Equally as critical was the need to ensure high performance and high capacity when users flooded the single Web site. This case study explains how Citrix NetScaler meets these needs.
With information technology becoming business technology, CIOs are expected to improve overall revenue, profitability and competitiveness -- while reducing operating costs. The key to growing IT and the business lies in moving applications from a static deployment to an on-demand delivery model that bridges the gap between users and applications.
While many IT organizations successfully deploy virtualization, some hesitate to deploy application and server virtualization together. Learn how these virtualization technologies are complementary and how they can enhance each others' capabilities, while having a greater positive impact on IT and the business by enabling server consolidation and improving application availability.
Server virtualization is a popular option for dealing with mounting datacenter costs. Another equally promising approach is the use of an Application Delivery Controller. Citrix NetScaler provides a low-cost way for organizations to reduce their server count and accrue cost savings from a reduction in space, cooling, power and personnel.
There are many obstacles to delivering applications efficiently. Single point solutions are plentiful, but oftentimes applications suffer from multiple symptoms. By combining the features of application acceleration, load balancing, advanced traffic management, delivery and security into a single unified platform, advanced delivery systems can deliver incremental benefits of each technology.
Today's enterprises rely on the efficient delivery of Microsoft business applications. Integrated application delivery systems offer a way to address symptoms related to slow application delivery and poor performance. For example, Citrix NetScaler is designed to optimize Microsoft application communications and resources, secure datacenter assets and ensure continued application availability.
Virtualization has busted out of the data center and overspread the desktop and application worlds. Citrix has emerged as a major innovator in virtualization solutions. Read this Executive Viewpoint featuring Citrix CEO Mark Templeton.
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