Raymond Chew

Raymond Chew

Greetings! My name is Ray Chew.  I am the DesktopPlayer Product Owner in the Citrix DNA Product Management team, based in Redmond, WA and Santa Clara, CA. I hope to share some of my thoughts and insight around client virtualization and how it can help  the user community . Similarly, I look forward to hearing from you on the topics that will interest all of us.

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Happy 30th Birthday, Mac, here’s to another 30 years!

The Macintosh computer was first introduced in 1984 and what a journey it has been for this iconic line of…

Citrix Announces DesktopPlayer for Mac: A Solution to Help Enterprise IT Administrators Manage Corporate and BYO Macs

Today, Citrix officially launches DesktopPlayer for Mac. This milestone release marks the extension of desktop virtualization to corporate and BYO…

All I want for Christmas is a …. shiny new Mac! What to do with it next?

I am sure many of you out there probably have a shiny new Mac on your holiday wish list, whether…

Could It Be? The Large and Growing Business PC Market!!!

The conversation about PCs going away has been an ongoing one, and it was recently reignited by two recent reports…

The Road to Synergy Barcelona… Keeps Getting Better with XenClient Enterprise

Are you ready for Synergy Barcelona? We hope to see you there and share with you the best of what…

Get Xtreme – Citrix XenClient Video Contest Winners Announcement

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Here are the winners of the XenClient Video contest! There were many creative, interesting, and funny…

Check out new XenClient videos – Still time to win a $50 Visa Gift Card

There are some nice new videos that were recently submitted. Check them out at Get Xtreme – XenClient Video Contest.…

Last chance to get your XenClient Video In – Win $50 Visa Gift Card!

The Get Xtreme – XenClient Video Contest is coming to a close soon. There’s still time to submit your video…

XenClient Use Case Series: Simplify Management of Corporate Desktop Images

When was the last time you heard an IT admin saying that their job is so much easier now or…

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