Secure file sync and sharing built for mobile business

Citrix Content Collaboration overview

Simplify collaboration inside and outside your organization

Enable true business-class data security for mobile users while maintaining total IT control. Your team or clients can access, sync, and securely share files from anywhere, on any device. Automate feedback and approval workflows to streamline your business and maximize productivity.

Additional use cases  

App and desktop virtualization gives end users the freedom to access apps and data from wherever they’re working. But data is at the core of business outcomes, so those users need to be able to access, sync and share files securely and easily from anywhere. App and desktop virtualization combined with content collaboration provides those end users with the complete digital workspace they desire.

Citrix Content Collaboration complements Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops to deliver a complete mobile workspace. This combination gives IT the ability to reduce storage costs and increase the performance of file syncing in virtualized environments. Additionally, IT will be able the unique needs of accessing document repositories, including OneDrive for Business, in a virtual environment with a mapped drive in a Windows file system.

Bring-your-own device (BYOD) policies have brought unprecedented agility to the enterprise, allowing users to collaborate, access information, and get work done anytime, anywhere. But mobile agility also comes with unprecedented security challenges. IT must now secure documents that are stored on unmanaged, lost, or stolen devices to protect against costly and embarrassing data breaches.

Citrix Content Collaboration offers a secure content collaboration solution that is flexible enough to meet enterprise BYOD demands. Employees get the agility to use any device and access everything they need, whether they are in the office or in a remote location, while IT gains control and oversight into documents in their organization.

Citrix Content Collaboration offers a number of strategic integrations that complement your implementation and offer additional functionality for your users. Choose from an ecosystem of third party vendors, such as Microsoft and Salesforce, and access Citrix Content Collaboration documents and data directly within the app—no need for additional logins. Users can create, collaborate and share without having to copy or migrate documents.

Citrix Content Collaboration also integrates with Citrix Endpoint Management, allowing users to access, sync, and securely share files from any device, with people both inside and outside the organization. Citrix Endpoint Management delivers mobile device management (MDM), mobile application management (MAM), and enterprise-grade productivity apps in one comprehensive solution. Citrix Content Collaboration is included with Citrix Endpoint Management Enterprise licenses and is also available as a stand-alone secure enterprise file sync and sharing (EFSS) solution.

Our strategic partnerships

Storage zones on Microsoft Azure allow customers to securely store enterprise data in Microsoft-hosted datacenters or on premises. With Microsoft Azure, IT can place data in different geographic locations that are closer to users to improve performance and meet compliance needs.

Citrix and Microsoft

Storage zones enable you to store your data in Amazon S3 in AWS-hosted data centers or on premises. Customer-managed deployments enable you to benefit from the elasticity and flexibility of the cloud while maintaining ownership of your own data and encryption keys.

Citrix and Amazon AWS

With block, object, and file storage combined in one platform, Red Hat Ceph Storage does the work of efficiently and automatically managing all your data. Red Hat Ceph Storage and Citrix Content Collaboration together give you the ability to scale with low overhead, even as you scale into hundreds of petabytes.

Citrix and Red Hat

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