A big part of what makes Citrix such a special place to work is our customers. I feel particularly lucky to have the opportunity to listen to and speak with Citrix customers on a regular basis. As part of a team of talented customer storytellers, I get to hear firsthand about the challenges faced by organizations large and small trying to empower users to be more creative, more efficient and more productive. Two such organizations, Miami Children’s Hospital and the Secretary of Education for the city of Medellin, Colombia, have obviously cracked the code on giving employees the freedom they need to innovate and excel. Both have been recognized this week as 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureates for their outstanding contributions in the categories of healthcare and human services, efforts led by their respective IT teams. Whether sharing surgical techniques with pediatricians around the globe or opening up a new world of opportunities for the next generation of Medellin residents, Citrix solutions are enabling our customers to succeed in an increasingly mobile and dynamic world.
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