I think everyone in some way, shape or form, has, at one time or another, been accused of “drinking the kool-aide.” Certainly that’s true for marketing people. After all in order to be the best marketing person you should believe what you’re selling. On the other hand I know that there is a very fine line between believing what you’re selling and believing your own spin.
It’s for this reason that I thought it worthy to point out that Citrix Receiver isn’t a solution spun up in the last few months as a fancy user interface on top of an old ICA client. It is so much more than that (and, certainly, it’s a solution that has evolved over years of development)! So, with that said, it’s nice to see product coverage from someone who isn’t drinking the kool-aide highlight all the great benefits of the solution.
You can read the review here:
In his review, Matt Coddington describes the Galaxy Tab / Citrix Receiver experience in exactly the way we see it (and built it). It’s certainly heartening to know that while I may have more enthusiasm for Receiver than many people, it delivers again and again the end user experience as advertised!