Government/Industry Collaboration Delivers Improved Levels of Security, Performance, and Cost Savings for Mission-Critical Applications (WHITE PAPER)

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Air Force Research Laboratory

The Air Force Research Laboratory released a white paper on its SecureView collaboration with Intel and Citrix. The paper was written by the AFRL Information Directorate’s Dr. Ryan J. Durante and John C. Woodruff.

From the paper:

Client strategies for the U.S. Government must be affordable and readily deployable while meeting the most stringent requirements for data security and operational efficiency.  At the request of a customer, AFRL engaged with Intel and Citrix to create SecureView, a solution that expands on capabilities in Citrix XenClient* and 2nd- and 3rd-generation Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 vPro™ processors to meet these requirements.

SecureView, which has been deployed at more than a dozen federal agencies, is less vulnerable to modification or corruption than traditional software-based security solutions. It also provides high performance for mission-critical collaboration and saves the government tens of millions of dollars in total cost of ownership (TCO) for every 10,000 users to which it is deployed.

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