In a year of enterprises big and small transforming their business operations through cloud computing, software vendor Citrix is in the midst of its own digital transformation.
The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based company has moved toward a business model with more subscriptions, recurring revenue, users and more revenue per user. Adding onto the business transformation, the company is also on the search for a new permanent channel chief after Bronwyn Hastings departed the company for Google Cloud.
But CEO David Henshall told CRN in a recent interview that the company will continue to rely on partners to navigate these waters.
Tim Malfara, vice president of hybrid IT and cloud services at Citrix partner Anexinet, told CRN that virtual desktop interface (VDI) will become a “continually increasing market” due to the stress of more remote workers on virtual work environments. Citrix’s offerings across on-premises, cloud and hybrid environments and not relying on virtual private network (VPN) technology for security is good for customers.
Read the full article at CRN.com
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