As you might have guessed by now, I kept a lot of the material for Citrix between 1993 and 1997. I often wondered what I would do with it all and now there is finally a purpose.
I was just thinking yesterday that this kind of stuff might actually be a bit boring. Well, it probably is for most people.
I guess I’m posting this stuff so that people that are interested will have a chance to see something that is now very hard to find.
The history of Citrix is obviously tied to its original products. Our success really came from a number of factors which evolution played a major part.
What we learned in WinView led directly to WinFrame and likewise to MetaFrame.
So, in a way, this type of articles reveal what led to our acceptance in the market. In this case the focus seems to be on NetWare integration and TCP/IP support.
Here’s the review published on Picasa Web albums: