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Citrix's new VP and GM of desktops and apps discusses the road ahead for DaaS and how Citrix will evolve XenDesktop and XenApp to meet IT needs.
Kevin Beaver examines the risks to consider when contemplating outsourcing your IT services.
Citrix Workspace Services lets IT deliver DaaS on their own and distribute workloads across multiple clouds. Does it tie in with Microsoft's Project Mohoro?
With NoSQL databases increasingly being used to tackle big data challenges, expert Michael Cobb examines NoSQL security in comparison to RDBMS.
In this news roundup, a Citrix study finds almost 90% of service providers predict DaaS growth in the next year; Hostway debuts Cloud Connex, a hosted cloud reseller and partner platform; and Tech Data features Unitrends DRaaS in the Solution Store.
In this channel news roundup, ThreatTrack's VP of global channels discusses the vendor's partnership with Global Convergence; Ingram Micro prepares for federal buying season; and more.
Having no perimeter firewall may seem ludicrous, but Joel Snyder explains why disabling the firewall can actually improve enterprise network security.
General advice for vulnerability scanning in the enterprise with the open source vulnerability scanner Nessus.
Mobile, big data, social and cloud technologies are changing the enterprise as we know it. At the Open Group Open Platform 3.0 Forum in San Francisco, experts discussed how organizations can take advantage of such advancements and weighed in on enterprise architecture and applications...