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Citrix Virtualization. 2 Citrix Systems NASDAQ 100 and S&P 500 company $909 million in 2005 revenue –25% YoY growth –~50% revenue from outside No. America.

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1 Citrix Virtualization

2 2 Citrix Systems NASDAQ 100 and S&P 500 company $909 million in 2005 revenue –25% YoY growth –~50% revenue from outside No. America 3,000+ employees in 35 countries 6,200 partners in over 100 countries 180,000 customers –94% customer loyalty –75% of all Internet users Microsoft Global ISV of the Year 2003 and 2005 The Company

3 3 Applications Accumulate They Dont Go Away Myth: All applications will be web-based Myth: We have well-managed desktops using ESD

4 4 Virtualization Overcomes Devices, Applications & Locations Any Device Broad Application Compatibility Any Network Corporate user Branch user Outsourced user Home user Challenge - Deliver Apps & Desktop Services with Best: Security TCO User Performance

5 Understanding Citrix Virtualization Consolidating IT resources for best security, cost and performance

6 6 Separates physical from logical

7 7 Application Virtualization Separates where applications are used from where they run Devices Applications

8 8 Desktop Virtualization Is Similar Separates where the desktop is used from where it runs Devices Desktops

9 9 Virtual Apps Consolidate apps & data Virtualization Architecture Applications, data, servers & storage Distributed Apps & Data Mobile Users Branch Office External Users (Customers, Partners, Suppliers) Home Users Virtual Machines Consolidate servers Virtual Storage Consolidate disks

10 10 Citrix: Desktop & Application Stack Desktop Virtualization Service Any Network Connection Application Delivery Service Any Network Connection Virtualize Stream Optimize Dedicated Machine Physical Client Device Customization/Personalization LimitedFull Control SimpleAdvanced User Needs Shared Machine Virtual Desktop

11 Comprehensive Solution Virtualization at multiple layers of applications, multiple types of desktop access

12 12 Comprehensive App Virtualization Leverages Multiple Technologies Applications have many layers –User interface –Graphics display –File system and Registry components –System resource utilization (CPU, memory) –Network address –Printer drivers Abstracting multiple layers provides best performance, security, compatibility and TCO

13 13 Citrix Presentation Server 4 A Comprehensive App Virtualization Solution Virtual Interface Screen changes sent to desktop Only keyboard, mouse, audio I/O and peripheral I/O travels network User Interface File & Registry Abstraction Isolate applications, prevent changes to registry Increase no. of apps that can be virtualized Eliminate app conflicts on shared server CPU & virtual memory resource abstraction Ensures fair-share use of processing resources across users Abstracts and consolidates DLLs to improve memory use Printing and peripherals Virtual channels enable virtual apps to work with local devices Abstracts printer driver from client PC and consolidates with universal print driver CPU, Registry, DLLs Application Processing on Server Application Isolation Resource Abstraction Network Address Abstraction Create Virtual IP address for each user session Expands range of apps that can be virtualized All layers of an application are virtualized, abstracted and isolated

14 14 Citrix Desktop Virtualization Interface Desktop Logic Desktop Virtualization Entire user environment resides on server Only keyboard, mouse, audio I/O and peripheral I/O travels network Shared OS or dedicated desktop image

15 Business Drivers Application virtualization propelled by global economic trends

16 16 Business Continuity The Telework Coalition: the best strategy…is to decentralize the work force … to limit disruptions brought on by nature and humankind. have between 25 percent and 30 percent of their employees working offsite… to have a true continuity of operations plan Trend: Using virtualization to enable the same infrastructure to provide seamless transition between on-site and remote working.

17 17 Laptop Thefts Trend: Increasing use of virtualization to centralize critical data and applications in the data center and reduce exposure at endpoint devices.

18 18 Concerns About Outsourcing HSBC $420,000 stolen Citibank $350,000 stolen Attempted to sell source code SolidWorks Trend: Using virtualization to enable extended workforces while maintaining control over applications, desktops, data and intellectual property.

19 19 Branch Office Expansion and Connectivity Challenges –Security at branch offices –Lack of IT expertise at branches –Limited network infrastructure and bandwidth –Inefficient resource capacity utilization –Difficulty managing across geographic separation Trend: Centralizing IT with virtualization and giving secure, high performance access over any network to common resources

20 IT Benefits Operational and economic efficiencies

21 21 App Virtualization: IT Benefits Improved Security Centralize data Monitor and control access Protect data from theft, destruction, attack

22 22 App Virtualization: IT Benefits Improved Security Reduce physical deployment to users devices Centralize management & maintenance Minimize impact of device & network variables Manage access from unmanaged devices Up to 48% lower TCO (Gartner) Consolidation & Standardization

23 23 App Virtualization: IT Benefits Improved Security Manage performance for best user experience Deliver to any device over any connection Add new users, divisions, offices rapidly Scale both up and out Consolidation & Standardization Performance & Scalability

24 24 Greater Consolidation with x Servers 33 Servers

25 25 App Virtualization: Strategic Business Drivers Compliance Business Continuity Outsourcing Expansion in Emerging Economies Workforce Mobility Consolidated apps and data simpler to control Centralized IT provides more effective security User activity and app usage easier to track Confidential information is distributed throughout the enterprise… information residing on PCs, laptops, portable devices is exposed to much higher risks. - Enterprise Strategy Group, March 2006

26 26 Beverly Enterprises Healthcare Provider Centralized control and accountability of data for regulatory compliance – HIPAA, SOX Virtualized entire desktop and applications Encrypted screen updates & keystrokes over LAN, WAN or Internet

27 27 App Virtualization: Strategic Business Drivers Compliance Business Continuity Outsourcing Expansion in Emerging Economies Workforce Mobility Centralized apps and data are easier to protect and transport Working from home is integral to business continuity plans Lengthy workforce displacement a reality (pandemic preparation) In the event of a pandemic, remote working will allow segregation of the workforce. - CSOonline.com, April 2006

28 28 Mutual Services Corp. Hurricane Preparedness Moved operations from FL to GA in 3 days Provided uninterrupted, secure Web access –Trading applications –Financial data Thousands of broker/dealers Comply with several regulations with help of Citrix solutions

29 29 App Virtualization: Strategic Business Drivers Compliance Business Continuity Outsourcing Expansion in Emerging Economies Workforce Mobility Send out the work, not the data Control and monitor access and usage Support centrally Quickly deploy apps Easily switch outsourcers as needed Companies are more concerned about theft or misuse of outsourced data than they are about the threat of terrorism. - Booz Allen Hamilton, March 2006

30 30 CompuCredit Reducing Risks of Outsourcing Retained control of applications and data Ensured customer financial and personal data is secure Regulatory compliance Rolled out call center operations quickly Never ceded control in exchange for convenience

31 31 App Virtualization: Strategic Business Drivers Compliance Business Continuity Outsourcing Expansion in Emerging Economies Workforce Mobility Lower infrastructure requirements at sites Support and upgrades maintained centrally Standardized use of critical business apps Today, Asia accounts for 13% of world gross domestic product, while Western Europe accounts for more than 30%. Within the next 20 years, the two will nearly converge. - McKinsey & Co., 2006

32 32 Eicher Group Auto Manufacturing Across India Centralized information for 7 plants across India Reduced communication costs by 40%, improved network performance by 25% Provided real-time access to applications to support partnerships with vendors & suppliers Reduced time to deploy applications and upgrades from a week to two hours

33 33 App Virtualization: Strategic Business Drivers Compliance Business Continuity Outsourcing Expansion in Emerging Economies Workforce Mobility Support many devices and form factors Secure data centrally Consolidate data for backups Update software easily Support from one location Control of confidential data decreases as a function of its location. - Enterprise Strategy Group, March 2006

34 34 Accord Remote Working, Central Administration Support 16 business units across UK Centralization eliminated need for data to reside in local offices and endpoint devices Standardized applications and for greater collaboration Introduced home-based and mobile remote working using PCs, laptops and PDAs

35 35 Best Access Experience. Anytime. Anywhere.


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