Christopher Reed, the Sigma practice manager for mobility and EUC, is our guest on Citrixgurl’s Virtualization EUC Podcast episode 19. He is responsible for the direction, design, and methodology that is implemented at Sigma customer sites.
Juan Rivera has been with Citrix for fourteen years. He began his career in R&D with Secure Gateway 3.X, then moved on to Access Gateway, SmartAccess, HDX (at which point I met him and got to work on a very cool project), and then finally ShareFile.
I had a chance to speak with Chris Fleck, Citrix’s VP of mobility solutions and associated alliances, for episode 14 of our Virtualization EUC Podcast a while back. Our conversation focused on mobility, naturally. Talk revolved around some of Citrix’s newer acquisitions, such as Zenprise, which is an MDM solution for managing apps and data, not just devices.
Our recent Virtualization EUC podcast conversation with Itzik Spitzen, CTO of Reddo Mobility, explained how his company turns Microsoft programs into web apps. Gray dogs like myself will remember how, back in the days of “everything is turning into a web app,” we used XenApp as a temporary solution. Because of this, most of Citrix’s original customers are still using Citrix.
In March 2013, Citrix announced they had GPU sharing working and available for XenApp (multi-user/RDS). In December 2013, they announced it was available for XenDesktop (multi-OS/VDI). This has been a major barrier to adoption for many companies that need the ability to deliver a high-end multimedia experience to their end users in order to gain acceptance for adoption. Continue reading Citrix Solved the vGPU Problem, So…Where Is the Parade?