Citrix’s Session Recording Service can Benefit IT Admins in Four Ways

Posted by Marbenz Antonio on July 12, 2022

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With the development of remote work, modern organizations must prioritize compliance and information security to deal with an extended attack surface. Citrix Session Recording allows IT, administrators, to record user actions in Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops and Citrix DaaS sessions to aid in the security and maintenance of their systems.

In this blog post, we’ll look at four ways the Session Recording service might benefit your organization and IT administrators.

Simple to Use

The management console for the Session Recording service is a perfectly integrated web app within Citrix DaaS, allowing it to connect easily with hybrid and DaaS deployments. If you already have a Session Recording deployment, just connect your Session Recording farms to the Session Recording service by installing a simple cloud client on the servers. To access the service, simply open a web browser, log in to Citrix Cloud, and navigate to Citrix DaaS. With the Session Recording service, IT administrators are no longer restricted to machines in corporate data centers and may gain access from anywhere with an internet connection.

Admin Experience Simplified

When managing different sites, you must log in to different consoles to complete different activities with an on-premises Session Recording site deployment (i.e., a single Session Recording server or a collection of servers for load balancing purposes). Citrix’s Session Recording feature simplifies administration. IT administrators can configure policies, audit admin logging, watch playbacks, and more in the unified Session Recording service administration console, as seen in the image below.

Improved Feature Delivery

Our most recent version brings the Session Recording service up to the same level of functionality as the on-premises Current Release 2204. We’re now providing the Load Balancing Site Management feature for the Session Recording service, which makes it easier for administrators to understand how Session Recording servers are grouped into load balancing sites and manage the servers. New features are typically deployed faster in the cloud service due to more effective methods such as DevOps.

Quick and simple to use

The cloud-based Session Recording service provides the innovations you require while avoiding time-consuming software upgrades, acceptance testing, and rollouts. Before it is made available to you, the service goes through a proper Quality Assurance procedure, and a rollback process helps to maintain business continuity in the case of an unexpected situation. Citrix manages everything behind the scenes, including building, testing, releasing, deployment, and maintenance, ensuring that you always have the most up-to-date features.


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