Access Control for StoreFront – Demo


I recently talked about how you can add SaaS and web applications to an on-premises StoreFront deployment.  The integration goes beyond simply publishing links to the SaaS and web apps.  The integration utilizes the Citrix Access Control service, providing SSO to SaaS No more passwords. No more access after employees have left the company. Enhanced... Continue Reading →

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SaaS and Web Apps in StoreFront


In a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops deployment, many organizations use StoreFront to provide access to Windows and Linux applications and desktops.  A lesser know feature, published content, can let StoreFront publish links to SaaS and web applications in an attempt to bring all resources together into a single view. (I see the differences between... Continue Reading →

Website Rendering Issues


I ran into an interesting issue with the URL filtering aspect of Citrix Access Control service for SaaS apps.  I'm trying to do the following: Block categories Malware and SPAM Peer-toper/Torrents Adult Gambling Illegal/Harmful Redirect categories Social networking Allowed websites *.twitter.com Unfortunately, when I access Twitter.com from my SaaS app with enhanced security enabled, I... Continue Reading →

Access Control


Things I've heard (Unfortunately, these are true) I have a hundred or more passwords (I think most of us are in that boat) I still have access to my former employer's web apps even though I left over a year ago. Let me show you. (Wow, but I've seen similar things) I hear layoffs are... Continue Reading →

URL Filtering Decision Flow


When we look at providing enhanced security to SaaS apps with the Citrix Access Control service, I focused on three aspects: SSO to SaaS and web apps Enhanced security for SaaS and web apps URL filtering within SaaS and web apps As we've seen with URL filtering, we can allow, deny or redirect specific websites... Continue Reading →

URL Filtering within SaaS Apps


Most likely, you trust a SaaS app. The site is encrypted. It has a valid certificate. Everything is good. What about the content within the SaaS app? Do you trust that? Why wouldn't I trust my Salesforce data? The problem lies with any URLs within the data. How well do you trust those? Think about... Continue Reading →

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