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The 2021 Tech Innovator Awards

From among 373 applicants, CRN staff selected products spanning the IT industry—including in cloud, infrastructure, security, software and devices—that offer both strong differentiation and major partner opportunities.

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Virtualization - Apps/Desktops

Winner:

Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Service

Citrix’s Virtual Apps and Desktops Service is a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)/Desktop as a Service solution that enables delivery of cloud apps and desktops to users wherever they’re located. Recent enhancements to the solution have included the debut of Service Continuity, which offers significantly improved reliability for users—ultimately providing a level of fault tolerance that is unique in the industry. Service Continuity enables continued access for users to active virtual apps and desktops in the event of an outage, allowing a connection directly to the resource location or via the Citrix Gateway service—supporting continued productivity no matter what the health status is for their cloud services.

Finalists:

Cameyo Virtual Application Delivery

Cameyo’s Virtual Application Delivery provides secure delivery of virtual applications—including legacy Windows apps, internal web apps and Software-as-a-Service—for any type of digital workspace. The platform delivers the apps using the web browser, and avoids the need for VPNs or a virtual desktop solution.

IGEL UD Pocket2

IGEL’s UD Pocket2 is a USB device the allows users to quickly and securely access their virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) or managed cloud workspace. The UD Pocket2 works with any x86-64 endpoint—both legacy and modern devices—transforming the device into an endpoint powered by the secure IGEL OS Linux-based operating system.

Parallels Desktop for Chrome OS

With its Parallels Desktop for Chrome OS, Parallels (a business unit of Corel) has launched the first-ever software making it possible to run Windows applications on Chromebooks. Users can run full-featured versions of Windows apps while having the ability to move content and switch between Chrome OS and Windows without the need to reboot.

 
 
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