Editor's note

Citrix continues to reposition itself and put more muscle behind its subscription-based services.

The company acquired Sapho to bolster its digital workspace workflow tool and announced integration with Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop. In addition, Citrix rebranded many of its offerings, including XenMobile, XenDesktop and XenApp, to work with Citrix Cloud. Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops underwent numerous updates such as improving the UX and integrating Microsoft Teams.

The company has also been dealing with rumors of a potential sale, along with reports of a restructuring of its marketing team.

Look for more information on these topics and others, including Citrix Workspace App and virtual application layering, at Citrix Synergy 2019, which runs May 21 through 23 in Atlanta. And keep an eye out for the Best of Citrix Synergy 2019 Awards presentations.

1News from Citrix Synergy 2019

Here's an up-to-the-minute look at news, analysis, highlights, trends, events and product awards as reported by the editors of SearchVirtualDesktop during the three-day Citrix Synergy conference.

2Lessons learned

Get up to speed with in-depth analysis of the technologies at Citrix Synergy 2019 as well as session recaps and Q&As with Citrix technology pros.

3Pre-conference news and analysis

Citrix has added integrations with partners such as Cisco, worked on the UX for its desktop and application virtualization products and bolstered its Citrix Cloud workflow technology with the Sapho acquisition.