What’s New in XenDesktop 7.5
New Citrix XenDesktop 7.5 simplifies virtual desktop delivery and Windows app delivery to an increasingly mobile workforce. Leverage the elasticity of hybrid clouds and the security of mobile device management.
Flex, grow, or transform your virtual app and desktop infrastructure
Enable enterprise IT to flex, grow, or transform their virtual app and desktop infrastructure without additional capital expenses by leveraging the elasticity and economics of the world’s biggest and most powerful clouds.
The full power of AppDNA is now included with XenDesktop
AppDNA reduces the time to virtualize apps for mobile delivery by automating the labor required to test and remediate applications by up to 90%, saving thousands of person-hours during application migrations and on-going lifecycle management.
Citrix is offering a limited time promotion offering free XenMobile MDM edition or 20% off of XenMobile Enterprise edition. Mobile Device Management is a technology that every organization should extend to their employees to ensure the full connectedness and potential of mobile devices without the risk of compromised networks or data loss.
Powerful Remote PC Access
XenDesktop 7.5 adds Wake-on-LAN to Remote PC Access so that remote users may access their PC at any hour of the day, even if the PC is powered off or suspended saving power and adhering to green computing initiatives.
Extended Web Interface support
Web Interface support is extended for XenDesktop 7.5 allowing IT to maintain their existing Web Interface investment throughout the migration to the new FlexCast management architecture.
Connector for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
With the new Citrix Connector for XenDesktop you can maximize your System Center Configuration Manager 2012 and 2012 R2 investments to reduce management costs. Use the connector to deploy desktops across your Citrix environment, publish applications to all devices and take full advantage of Citrix image management features.
* Available to existing XenDesktop customers