Citrix partners with Google to bring its digital workspace to the cloud

By Laura Mullan
American software company Citrix Systems Inc. has teamed up with Google to extend its digital workspace to Google Cloud. The deal – which was announc...

American software company Citrix Systems Inc. has teamed up with Google to extend its digital workspace to Google Cloud.

The deal – which was announced today at the Citrix Synergy event – will offer greater flexibility to companies who wish to transition to the cloud.

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“As companies move more apps to the cloud, they need an easy, secure way for employees to access them anywhere, anytime from any device,” said David Henshall, President and CEO, Citrix.

“In delivering Citrix Workspace for Google Cloud, we are enabling our customers to accelerate their digital transformations and deliver a simple, intuitive experience for their users.”

Rob Enslin, President Global Customer Operations at Google Cloud added: “In expanding our partnership with Citrix, we can better help these customers with their transformations by enabling them to access and run the apps their businesses depend on anywhere—simply, flexibly and securely.”

 

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