Business continuity — on demand

You can’t predict the next crisis, but you can be prepared for it

Business disruptions can impact organizations of any size in any location. From weather, to power outages, political events or even virus outbreaks, every organization needs to develop a business continuity plan to ensure its business operations can continue, no matter the disruption.

A critical component of that business plan is to ensure that users remain productive while maintaining the necessary level of security and control over user access to corporate resources. Citrix Workspace, including virtual apps and desktops, enable seamless workforce productivity, giving employees the flexibility to work from anywhere, all while keeping your apps and information secure.

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With more than 14,000 students unable to travel to Australia from China due to imposed travel bans, The University of Sydney turned to Citrix for help.

The safety and security of our students, staff and community members are paramount. To enable our staff to deliver high-quality education that The University of Sydney is known for, we need to lean on technology that allows us to facilitate the sharing and consumption of knowledge in ways that are safe and secure.

Jordan Catling
Associate Director, Client Technology, ICT
The University of Sydney

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How major businesses address business continuity

90% of companies have restricted employee travel

62% of organizations have increased virtual and remote work models