Installing and Configuring Citrix XenApp 7.7 – Part 1: Delivery Controller, Studio, Director and Licence Server InstallationAbdoulaye WAGUE January 25, 2016
Citrix XenApp 7.7 System requirements
Supported operating systems:
- Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard and Datacenter Editions
- Windows Server 2012, Standard and Datacenter Editions
- Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter Editions
Dell Wyse 8.2 boosts thin clients and VDI, Introduces VDI Solution to Deploy Citrix XenDesktop in Less Than Two HoursAbdoulaye WAGUE January 13, 2016
- Dell Wyse ThinOS 8.2 integrates the Citrix HDX Skype for Business (Lync) Optimization Pack for increased unified communications connectivity
- Dell Appliance for Wyse – Citrix provides a simple and scalable pre-configured VDI solution for up to 5,000 users
Citrix has released updates to two of the company’s core products: Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, bringing both versions to 7.7.
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Google’s next major Android update is going to be available by early Fall 2015.
Android 6.0 (code-named Marshmallow) introduces several notable features including Android Pay for mobile payments, improvements towards the Google Now assistant, enhanced fingerprint support and battery conservation amongst other things. Within the coming several weeks, this milestone release will escape to countless products around the world.
Citrix is very happy to announce our Receiver 3.7.3 for Android formally supports Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We’ve been working hard testing our Receiver on Android 6 Developer Preview releases to make sure a seamless first day support experience.
Citrix includes a lengthy history supporting the Android platform for delivery of centralized applications and desktop computers. Our Receiver for Android 1.0 is made available in April of 2010 when mobile phones remained as within their infancy and also the modern tablet market only agreed to be starting off (see http://blogs.citrix.com/2010/04/05/citrix-receiver-for-android-version-1–launched/).
Through the years, we’ve continued to be dedicated to frequent Receiver release cycles for that Android platform to guarantee the most effective support whilst presenting new abilities to boost consumer experience. And talking about abilities, looking at the general Receiver Feature Matrix is a terrific way to know very well what all of the Receiver types by platform can handle so that you can plan your atmosphere and employ-cases accordingly.read more