Customers succeed with NetScaler Unified Gateway

Health-sciences center bridges healthcare and education needs with Citrix

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) El Paso serves two user groups—healthcare professionals and medical students. They chose NetScaler to ensure that users get consistent, high-quality access to the data and apps they need, regardless of location and device, and without having to over provision resources. NetScaler also helps the university remain HIPAA compliant, more secure, and agile.  

Citrix NetScaler enables us to securely deliver virtual applications and desktops, while being cost-efficient, easy-to-manage, highly available, and providing a better user experience.
Iskra Jacobo
Enterprise System Analyst
TTUHSC El Paso

How Citrix NetScaler unifies the network for a highly mobile, distributed workforce

Nijhof-Wassink is an international logistics services provider, specializing in bulk transport by road, rail, and water, with a fleet of about 400 trucks. The transportation provider uses Citrix to deliver a single point of access to all applications for all lines of business from one IT platform.

Because of Citrix NetScaler load balancing, user login time dropped from one minute to less than 30 seconds. Also help-desk calls for users dropped 30 percent.
Gerrit Otten
IT Manager
Nijhof-Wassink Group

ASU consolidates servers and improves reliability

Arizona State University (ASU) operates 14 colleges and schools spread over four major campuses in the Phoenix metropolitan area. It’s mission is to be the model for higher education in the 21st century, a New American University. Meeting the information technology needs of any sizable organization can be daunting. ASU uses Citrix XenServer and NetScaler as building blocks for improved IT services and the execution of its strategic IT plan.  

NetScaler was a good choice. I really like the management. I think the NetScalers are extremely good—very few problems, very solid.
Greg Wilson
Project Manager and IT Systems Architect
Arizona State University

Local council uses Citrix to drive productivity, flexibility and lower costs

Bath and North East Somerset Council (BANES) serves a population of 180,000 including the historic City of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the surrounding rural area of North East Somerset. The council has 2,500 IT users spread across the region in over 90 separate offices. Using Citrix products, the council delivered a new home working solution that provides employees to work more flexibly and efficiently.

We’ve found that people working from home are working different hours, which has had a positive impact on service delivery. We have been able to extend the hours we offer to citizens. Overall, the effect on some teams has been transformational.
Leighton Ballard
Applications and Digital Capabilities Manager
Bath and North East Somerset Council