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Uncover The full benefits of Virtual Apps and Desktops Service with public cloud

The benefits of Virtual Apps and Desktops Service are endless: ease of deployment, operation, and management, as well as agility and choice, to name a few. When you combine this with public clouds (such as Azure) you benefit even more from the right consumption models, achieving scalability and flexibility for your business as well as significant cost savings.

Listen to this webinar to explore the full list of benefits, and why if you are running workloads in Public Clouds or plan to so in the near future, Virtual Apps and Desktops Services is a must have.
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    The New Workspace Episode 5

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    The New Workspace Episode 4

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    •Comment connecter rapidement les collaborateurs qui travaillent de chez eux ?
    •Pourront-ils continuer d’accéder à toutes leurs applications et données ?
    •Cela va-t-il avoir un impact sur la sécurité et les performances de mon SI ?
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    Join us in this webinar to understand how you can:
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    •Respond to business continuity requirements with minimal IT or consulting involvement
    •Give your employees the best possible experience from any location on any device even when accessing resource-draining applications
    •Stay ahead of the game by ensuring your Business As Usual (BAU) strategy becomes your Business Continuity Planning (BCP) strategy

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    The New Workspace Episode 3

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    • Key business learnings from COVID-19?

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    - Dave Millner, Author, Founder & Consulting Partner, HR Curator Ltd
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    The New Workspace Episode 2

    Citrix has always believed that a distributed workforce is the best hybrid model to enable organisations to optimize their investment in real-estate while empowering their employees to work more effectively in a style that suits them. Modern business and employees need the flexibility and tools to work remotely - be it a break-out area within your office, on a business trip abroad, or during a crisis.

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    - Michael Wheeler-Wyatt, Head of Chrome Enterprise EMEA, Google Chrome Enterprise
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    - So-Young Kang, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Gnowbe
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