If you’ve been paying attention, you know that Citrix Receiver runs anyapplication, on anydevice, anywhere. If you are in Silicon Valley, you can see it in action by attending the session to be delivered by Chris Fleck of Citrix, at the Sprint Developer Conference. Mobile devices continue to proliferate across the enterprise creating new business challenges for users, IT and developers. Users want their devices to empower them to do more than just read e-mail and browse the web. They want simple and fast access to documents and the ability to run their business applications. IT needs a secure and scalable infrastructure for delivering business apps to mobile devices, anytime and anywhere. Developers want a common platform to create applications without duplication and little additional resources.
With Citrix Receiver™, accessing applications hosted on Citrix XenApp provides a common platform that both IT and developers can utilize to minimize development, run applications centrally and securely deliver apps to any device. The Citrix Receiver connects securely to the XenApp server using Citrix NetScaler SSL VPN technology.
In this session you will learn
- How to use existing development tools and resources like Visual Studio, Flash and Java to create business applications for any device
- How to use alternative, non-development tools to create compelling business applications and dashboards
- How Citrix Receiver enables tablets, smartphones, and other devices to quickly and securely enter the workplace
- How to optimize existing applications for Android, BlackBerry and even iPhone
Session Demos: Citrix Receiver on Android and Blackberry devices: www.citrix.com/receiver
Session: Citrix: Build Once, Run Centrally and Deliver Business Applications Anywhere with Citrix Receiver
When: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 | 4:15 – 5:15 p.m.
Where: Santa Clara Convention Center, Room K
Who: Chris Fleck – VP Community & Solutions Development, Citrix Systems
Samsung Devices (Epic 4G Handsets, Transform Sprint ID Handset, Galaxy Tab)
Stop by the Samsung booth in the exhibit hall or attend the Samsung session Wed Oct 27, 10:00-11:00, and provide your contact information via business card to be eligible to win one of multiple Samsung Epic 4G handsets or Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Tablets via a business card drawing in the Samsung Booth and Samsung breakout session.
In addition, Samsung Epic and Transform handsets will be raffled off to attendees of the Android Coding Session, Thur 2:30-5:30.
A limited number of Samsung Galaxy Tab (Sprint’s first Android powered tablet) will be raffled off to Android Coding session attendees who have downloaded the Samsung Galaxy Tab SDK/Emulator http://innovator.samsungmobile.com/galaxyTab.do. Sprint employees will validate the emulator configuration on android coding session attendee laptops as attendees enter the android coding session.
HTC EVO 4G
Stop by the HTC booth in the exhibit hall or attend the HTC session Wed Oct 27, 11:15-12:15, and provide your contact information via business card to be eligible to win one of multiple HTC EVO 4G handsets via a business card drawing.
HTC will also be raffling off a limited number of HTC EVO 4G handsets following their presentation in the Android Coding Camp, Thur 2:30-5:30.
Motorola I1 (the first iDEN Android PTT capable handset.)
Forty attendees of the Motorola Motodev Session on Wed, Oct 27, 4:00-5:00 will be eligible to receive a Motorola I1 device. Specific information about how the devices will be awarded will be shared in the session itself. Must be present at the breakout session to be eligible for the device giveaway.
RIM Style (first Sprint RIM Blackberry 6.0 OS device, not yet available to the public)
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