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21 Apr 2017 15 Top Paying IT Certifications In 2017 [62548]
Business 2 Community, April 21st 2017

  • Security-related certifications pay on average over $17,000 per year more than the median IT certification salary.
  • Citrix certifications have annual salaries that range from $99,411 to $105,086 with a median salary of $102,365. AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate is paying a median salary of $125,091.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications are the most pervasive, with 730,000 active PMPs in 210 countries and territories worldwide.

"These and many other insights about the highest-paying certifications this year are from Global Knowledge's latest research on the salary levels and market conditions for IT certifications..."
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20 Apr 2017 Citrix Solutions Transform the Workplace for Bolton NHS Foundation Trust [62627]
Citrix, April 20th 2017

Digital Transformation Gives Clinicians Flexibility to Work Anywhere

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has adopted Citrix technology to reduce costs and improve patient care by delivering critical diagnoses more quickly - as well as allow clinicians and support staff to access data and applications from anywhere.

Providing services at about 30 locations in the Bolton, UK area, the trust's clinicians tend to work around the clock from a variety of locations, including patients' homes, the hospital and out in the community. As the trust didn't have a mobility solution, staff were not able to access hospital data when working in community clinics or if working remotely. If specialists were not available on site, critical diagnoses and patient care decisions were often delayed.
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04 Apr 2017 Global Study Shows Millennials and GDPR are Driving the Need for a New IT Security Framework [62209]
Citrix, April 4th 2017

55 percent of respondents believe Millennial employees may pose the biggest security risk, says IT survey from Citrix and The Ponemon Institute

According to a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute and Citrix, there are two major IT security risks that enterprises need to prepare for Millennials and the impending General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The global study of more than 4,000 IT, security, and business professionals found that Millennials bring a growing number of mobile apps, devices and new methods of information sharing and collaboration that pose new security risks for businesses. The study also found that most enterprises are skeptical of their ability to meet the stringent security and compliance requirements of the proposed GDPR...
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29 Mar 2017 Citrix Collaborates with Samsung to Deliver Desktop Experience on Samsung Galaxy S8 with Samsung DeX [61999]
Citrix, March 29th 2017

Preferred Solution Citrix Receiver Combined with Samsung DeX Enables Workforce to Convert Smartphone into Full-Functioning Desktop with Secure Access to Digital Workspace

As enterprises increasingly embrace mobile business strategies, people continue to carry as many as three devices with them, including laptops, smartphones and tablets. To lighten that electronics load, make people more efficient and help businesses reduce costs, Samsung is introducing Samsung DeX that - when combined with Citrix Receiver - converts the new Samsung Galaxy S8 into a desktop environment that includes an optimized UI for multi-tasking with keyboard and mouse support, resizable window capabilities, task bar pop-up notifications and more.

The combination of Citrix and Samsung DeX unboxes the phone and provides employees with secure access to their digital workspace and all of the business apps and data they need to get their work done.
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29 Mar 2017 Dell Unveils its Lightest, Smallest and Most Powerful Entry-level Wyse 3040 Thin Client [62002]
Dell, March 29th 2017

  • Industry's first entry-level Intel x86 quad-core thin client designed for light multitasking in virtual desktop environments
  • Designed for efficiency with 30 percent better performance than previous generations
  • Robust connectivity options with superb performance and dual high-definition DisplayPort interfaces

Dell announced its lightest, smallest and most power-efficient thin client that offers superb performance and manageability for task and basic productivity users. Compatible with Citrix, Microsoft and VMware virtual workspace environments, the Wyse 3040 thin client provides a cost-effective endpoint solution that is highly secure, yet easy to deploy and manage. It is the industry's first entry-level Intel x86-based quad-core thin client, delivering robust connectivity options and a choice of Wyse ThinOS or ThinLinux operating systems.
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