Posts tagged: Citrix

  1. The key to workplace security in 2025: adaptability and AI

    This is a guest blog post by Calvin Hsu, VP, Product Marketing at Citrix. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used in fraud protection for many years. Often you won’t even realize. You know when you spend a lot of money on your card and yo...

  2. The three pillars of security in an as-a-service world

    This is a guest blog from Christian Reilly, VP and CTO at Citrix. Today there are few – if any – companies that can survive without relying on a multitude of third-party applications and services. And this increasing reliance on technology ...

  3. Three ways you can futureproof your workplace

    This is a guest blog from Christian Reilly, VP and CTO at Citrix. Most companies are a long way off being ready for the future workplace. A provocative statement, you might argue. But hear me out… I’m not trying to talk negatively about my...

  4. A new kind of workplace is coming – are you ready?

    When you consider how quickly technology has changed the way we work today – the smartphone in your pocket packs more computing power than the computers used to put men on the moon in the ‘60s  – it bears thinking about what could be aroun...

  5. 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. Bu...

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