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The Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 team works closely with our customers to deliver a flexible, secure and reliable experience

"With Apple's new macOS 11.0.1 Big Sur release, we are excited to announce Day 0 support for the Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 on the new operating system and have tested the latest release for the new Safari browser on the new OS.

We recommend that that customers upgrade to Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 20.9.5 version or above. For organizations leveraging cloud workloads, the newest version has already been updated in Citrix Cloud so you can seamlessly upgrade to Mac Big Sur OS on your endpoints and use Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 with the new Safari browser..."

In Part 1 of our series on Citrix Secure Workspace Access, we looked at why organizations need to embrace modern, consumer-modeled, user-friendly, and cloud-based working models, allowing choice and flexibility for BYO and modern SaaS applications

"But at the same time, they need to ensure a safe and secure experience for external and hosted applications and data.

Especially now, it's imperative for organizations to support flexibility without increasing security risks and attack surfaces, all while delivering an engaging user experience that enables employees to be productive and deliver value.

The changes in the way we work have been happening for a while. But now they've been accelerated by a global pandemic that has pushed organizations to move digital transformation forward rapidly.

In Part 2, we'll look at how Citrix enables multi-factor authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO) with contextual access, and secure unified access to web and SaaS apps..."

Historically, Citrix admins and security teams have had to do much of the investigative security work themselves

"Sure, their environments may leverage end-to-end encryption and the latest security patches and recommendations, but those measures alone don't guarantee an environment is truly secured - especially from insider threats. This often left IT teams trying to piece together data from disparate systems and third-party party tools, a time-consuming endeavor that at best only shows a small picture of what security-related activities were actually occurring in an environment.

What if there was a solution that helped to improve any company's security posture while freeing up time for admins? Something that allowed them to take a proactive approach to security as opposed to a mostly reactive one? Fortunately, such a solution exists today for Citrix Workspace. That solution is Citrix Analytics for Security..."

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