Google and Citrix extend cloud services partnership

Software company Citrix has announced an extensions to its partnership with search company, Google, to help businesses to easily add virtual apps and desktops that run on Google Cloud.

Citrix said that the two companies are working together to bring cloud delivery of applications and desktops, and secure cloud-optimized endpoints to their enterprise customers looking to both public and hybrid clouds to solve their business requirements for secure digital workspaces.

Along with these new cloud solutions, Citrix and Google also announced new integrations between Citrix ShareFile and Google G Suite that enable follow-me-data when using Citrix workspace solutions. A new ShareFile plug-in that allows the secure sharing of files via Gmail and a ShareFile connector to Google Drive provides users with one place to find all their documents.

In addition, Citrix NetScaler CPX is available now on Google Cloud, Citrix said.

Google recently announced official Chrome Browser support for Citrix along with graphics optimisations available only on XenApp. Google and Citrix product teams continue their collaboration to enhance and optimize XenApp delivery to Chrome OS based devices for enterprise customers with ongoing Receiver for Chrome updates, Citrix said.

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