Simon Burberry

Simon Burberry

I look after PR and analyst relations at Citrix in Northern Europe and South Africa.

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Join Us & Our Citrix MiniFigs at IP EXPO Europe in London!

With over 300 seminars, 15,000 visitors and some of the world’s leading IT minds all under one roof across two…

Citrix to create 50 new jobs in Ireland in 2014

Grace O’Rourke Veitch, Country Manager at Citrix Ireland, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D., and Martin Shanahan,…

Calling all Ireland-based ICT graduates!

Citrix has once again partnered with ICT Ireland Skillnet to offer unemployed Computer Science graduates a unique fourteen week high-level…

‘Office martyrdom’ rife as employees prioritise work over well-being

We recently commissioned a study, conducted by YouGov, revealing that UK office workers that ‘soldier on’ despite illness are doing…

What are you afraid of? Empower Ireland’s working mothers through mobility, study says

A survey of Irish female professionals, commissioned by Citrix Ireland and conducted by iReach, indicates that 84 per cent of…

War for talent: on-demand, in demand

A research report from analyst house Quocirca, entitled ‘In demand: the culture of online service provision’, reveals a significant disconnect…

Calling IT graduates in Ireland!

We’re proud to announce a programme in partnership with ICT Ireland Skillnet to empower Ireland’s next generation workforce via a…

Citrix announces 50 new jobs in Ireland

Great news!  Citrix is increasing its Dublin workforce by up to 50 full time employees as a result of unprecedented…

Organisational culture remains a significant barrier to flexible working in Ireland

We recently conducted a study in Ireland in association with iReach Market Research – indicating a significant disconnect between the…

Citrix study demonstrates that mobility can improve South African personal income by 40 per cent

We recently commissioned a study to understand if the technology that we provide to businesses, to help workers access information…

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