sponsored by Citrix
Posted:  10 Jun 2010
Published:  09 Jun 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

In January 2009, Citrix announced a formal agreement to develop a Xen®-based bare-metal client hypervisor technology in conjunction with Intel. The result of the collaboration is Citrix® XenClient™, a local desktop virtualization platform that provides new levels of security and user flexibility for enterprise desktops.

XenClient enables IT administrators to deliver each employee's corporate desktop as a secure virtual machine (VM) that runs directly on that user's computer. XenClient ensures that corporate applications and data are completely isolated from personal data, greatly increasing security and simplifying regulatory compliance. New desktop deployments, hardware upgrades, and employee moves are less of a problem - IT administrators can quickly deliver a new desktop or move an existing one to any XenClient enabled device. And because the desktop and applications execute locally, users are free to work online or offline with all the rich performance and experience of a traditional computing environment. Continue reading this solution brief to learn more.

Application Security | Data Security | Desktop Management | Desktop Virtualization | Enterprise Computers | Network Security | Security | Virtual Desktop Infrastructure | Virtual Machine | Xen

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