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Unique Fujitsu Workplace Anywhere Solution Tackles the Bermuda Triangle of Enterprise Mobility

Fujitsu CEMEA&I

Munich/Los Angeles, April 29, 2014

At Citrix Synergy Los Angeles 2014, Fujitsu will showcase its unique Workplace Anywhere solution, which enables enterprises to become truly mobile while still maintaining complete control over security and cost.

Enterprises that want to embrace enterprise mobility but are put off by the Bermuda Triangle of security, regulatory requirements and end-user performance demands need look no further for a new and innovative solution than Fujitsu’s booth 309 at the Citrix Synergy 2014 event (Los Angeles, USA, from May 6-8, 2014). Fujitsu will be showcasing Fujitsu Workplace Anywhere, which provides mobile workers with access to all applications and data they need to work effectively, anywhere and anytime, while still guaranteeing peace-of-mind for employers.

Fujitsu achieves this through the unique combination of its End User Services offerings with Managed Mobile and Virtual Client Services, providing enterprises with the reassurance that their mobile workforce are able to work securely and meet compliance requirements, while also enjoying optimized system performance.

The Fujitsu booth at Citrix Synergy demonstrates the latest line-up of enterprise mobility notebooks and tablets, including models with integrated PalmSecure – advanced biometrics that use individuals’ unique palm vein patterns to authenticate users. Fresh from the labs, Fujitsu is also showing off a prototype tablet with a haptic touchscreen, where on-screen images take on different textures, adding to the richness of interaction.

Fujitsu has also just published a new white book which explores the current scope of enterprise mobility and provides helpful insights into how and why most organizations will soon shift towards developing multiple mobile policies and architectures. The White Book for Mobilizing the Enterprise, which includes customer and employee-facing strategies, can be downloaded free of charge from

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Date: 29 April, 2014
City: Munich/Los Angeles