More articles by Christian Reilly

Christian Reilly is Vice President & Chief Technology Officer for the Workspace Services Business Unit at Citrix, responsible for technology strategy and platform engineering. The Workspace Services Business Unit is the largest within Citrix by revenue. He previously held several key leadership positions at engineering and construction firm Bechtel. Christian is a native of Manchester, England and studied Business & Computing at the University of Central Lancashire, England.
Uncovering the value of IoT in the Digital Workplace

Uncovering the value of IoT in the Digital Workplace

There’s a great deal of excitement about the rise of the internet of things (IoT) and what it might mean for the evolution of the digital workplace. Coupled with big data and artificial intelligence (AI), there’s scope for major insights. But we must manage implementations and expectations carefully. Buzzword fatigue is... Read more

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