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The new XenMobile Enterprise edition of Citrix's mobility software delivers a broad range of functions.

Citrix XenMobile Enterprise combines mobile device, app and data management; a corporate app store; mobile productivity apps (including secure email and web browsing); secure document sharing, syncing and editing; and live support.

XenMobile supports desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets and Android-based cameras, USB sticks and ViewwSonic smart displays.

Integration with Citrix ShareFile provides a secure container allowing the safe use of corporate data on mobile devices.

Integration with GoToAssist Service Desk and Remote Support provides mobile users with one-touch access to support services directly from their devices. Support staff can remotely view and control such devices where that is allowed by the device OS.

"The powerful combination of tightly-integrated Citrix mobile technologies and best-in-class remote support is a game-changer in enterprise mobility," said Citrix vice president and general manager of the mobile platforms group Amit Pandey.

"This unique offering delivers all of the functionality needed to mobilise the enterprise."

XenMobile Enterprise will be available in June.

In related news, Citrix also announced a mobile app market for business apps supporting XenMobile. Company officials said that at launch it will offer more than 80 apps, almost three times as many as those supported by other mobile technology providers.

Such apps include Citrix's own WorxMail, WorxWeb, ShareFile, GoToMeeting and Podio, as well as those from third-party developers. Companies planning to support the platform include Adobe, Antenna, Appcelerator, Box, Catch, Concur, Expensify, HP, Good Reader and Xora.

The Citrix Worx App SDK is also available to in-house developers.

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