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Comparing Research In Motion and Microsoft Mobile Solutions

The concept of working "any time and anywhere" has become popular. To support this concept, many organizations are adopting mobile solutions. As employees use these solutions, their expectations are increasing. This paper compares the Research In Motion BlackBerry solution with the Microsoft® mobile solution by analyzing features of the user experience and the administrator experience. Read about their findings.

Paravirtualization Case Study with Buyken Metal Products

When Buyken Metal Products considered re-architecting its datacenter for redundancy, it realized that its servers and other devices would need to be updated. Buying more physical machines was cost prohibitive, so Buyken sought other options. The ability to virtualize Windows servers with paravirtualization led Buyken to Citrix XenServer, Enterprise Edition.

How to Improve Delivery of Advanced Web Applications

The increasing demands for high availability, reliability and security of application access are driving the need for load balancers that not only provide traditional networking traffic management functions, but also a comprehensive set of network-level and application-level services. Learn more about these services and how they improve Web application delivery.

Citrix NetScaler 9: Automated Web Application Management

The complexity and criticality of Web applications is driving rising support costs. However, manual support tools and processes are no longer the only option. Citrix NetScaler is an advanced application delivery controller that mitigates complexity and related risk by automating tasks related to configuration and deployment, performance optimization and security.

Case Study: Live Nation and Citrix NetScaler

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.

An Alternative to Virtualization for Datacenter Cost Savings

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.

Advanced Delivery Systems Accelerate Web Applications

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.

Virtualization and Web 2.0

NetScaler VPX, a virtual appliance from Citrix, has been shown to harness the power to cost-effectively deliver Web applications while providing advanced acceleration, security and offload services to optimize resource utilization.

Eight Criteria for Server Load Balancing

Today's load balancing solutions should address application performance and security. Read about the top eight criteria you should consider when choosing a server load balancer and how Citrix NetScaler meets those requirements.

Desktop Virtualization R/x for Medical Center

Oakland's Alameda County Medical Center completely sidestepped buying hundreds of new PCs, opting instead for a thin-client solution delivering consistent high performance to users. This timely case study shows how.

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