Citrix hedges cloud bets in web collaboration drive

Williams, Jenny
July 2011
Computer Weekly;7/19/2011, p6
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article offers brief information on several cloud applications introduced by Citrix Systems Inc. during its annual Synergy conference in May 2011 including the personal cloud, Cloud Gateway and the HDFaces.


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