What’s new in Citrix Cloud Government

September 2021

Okta as identity provider: Citrix Cloud Government now supports using an Okta as an identity provider to authenticate subscribers signing in to their workspaces. For more information, see Connect Okta as an identity provider to Citrix Cloud Government.

July 2021

Citrix Gateway as identity provider: Citrix Cloud Government now supports using an on-premises Citrix Gateway as an identity provider to authenticate subscribers signing in to their workspaces. For more information, see Connect an on-premises Citrix Gateway as an identity provider to Citrix Cloud Government.

Multifactor authentication: Citrix Cloud Government now requires administrators to sign in using multifactor authentication. For more information, see Enroll in multifactor authentication and Add administrators to a Citrix Cloud Government account.

June 2021

System Log preview: Citrix Cloud Government now includes the System Log preview feature which displays a timestamped list of events that occurred in Citrix Cloud Government. View events up to the last 90 days and export events to meet regulatory compliance requirements or for security analysis. For more information, see System Log

October 2020

FedRAMP Ready: Citrix Workspace is FedRAMP Ready when deployed in Citrix Cloud Government. FedRAMP is a program that promotes security standards for cloud services used by US government organizations. US government organizations that require FedRAMP Ready cloud services can now use Citrix Workspace and Citrix Virtual and Desktop services to deliver virtual apps and desktops. For more information, see FedRAMP In Process.

What’s new in Citrix Cloud Government