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Citrix

Citrix is an American corporation that produces software designed to facilitate secure access to applications and content. Citrix offers products for Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms. The company was founded in 1989 and currently has branches in several countries.

Citrix products include:

  • Citrix Access Essentials
  • Citrix Access Gateway
  • Citrix Access Suite
  • Citrix Application Gateway
  • Citrix GoToAssist
  • Citrix GoToMeeting
  • Citrix GoToMyPC
  • Citrix NetScaler
  • Citrix Password Manager
  • Citrix Presentation Server

Citrix offers professional training in the use of their products.

This was last updated in June 2008

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I doubt if there would be anyone in IT field who does not know of Citrix. Sometimes their performance is bit slow and I have found their services to be robust and worth relying. 
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