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Citrix Virtualization Seminar Targets VPN

Security Analyst to Discuss Augmenting Traditional VPM

Citrix is asking the questions, "are you being asked to do more with less, like trying to overcome legacy VPN deployment barriers while reducing costs? Is providing remote access for some users simply too expensive?" The company is holding an interactive Webinar featuring security analyst Lisa Phifer discuss how companies can deliver more effective access by augmenting traditional VPNs with Citrix GoToMyPC Corporate.

Lisa has years of experience developing remote-access implementation strategies, according to Citrix. Key points to be made during the seminar, according to Citrix include:

• Requires no capital investment and very little IT support

• Can be used with existing VPNs to expand remote access

• Can be a convenient alternative to in-house VPNs for companies just getting started with secure remote access

Relevant info follows:
Topic: Maximize Your VPN Investment
with GoToMyPC Corporate
Date: Tuesday, May 1
Time: 11 AM (PDT)/2 PM (EDT)
Registration

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