Citrix CEO on how businesses are viewing the future of work
The Covid-19 pandemic has proved to many executives that employees can be as productive at home as they are in the office. Square and Twitter have announced permanent work from home policies in light of the pandemic. Facebook, Alphabet and Visa have committed to a majority home-based workforce for the rest of this year. The uptick in remote work is good news for software company Citrix, whose stock is up over 20% since the pandemic began in mid-March. David Henshall, president and CEO of Citrix, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.