A year ago myself and my colleague Matt Evans tested desktop re-purposing tools from 10 different vendors. One year on we run through the latest versions of the software and report our updated findings
We’re seeing an increase in news articles and customer requests around enabling staff to work from home.
Due to the current global situation, many organisations are quickly looking to enable remote working to ensure their employees safety and keep them productive at the same time. This is especially true in certain organisations which provide key public services.
Depending on which age group you fall into, your end user experience at your workplace will have undergone several transformations. From pen and paper to typewriters and then to desktop computers to give just a few examples.
If anyone out there is using VMware Horizon, you’re probably using OSOT (OS optimization tool) to optimze your images
Some people have recently found issues patching their gold images. If this affects you here’s how to fix it.
So the latest release of Horizon is available. As always, it brings some new functionality. Below are some useful links for you to quickly get up to speed on what’s new.
Well, simply put it’s a name change for User Environment Manager. If you’re wondering why…..
Apologies i’m a bit late writing this but last week VMware released the latest updates to their Horizon portfolio with some great new features and updates. Here are some Highlights and some web links i think people may find useful:
It still amazes me just how many VMware customers are not aware of Skyline and what it is, so i’m going to try and fill in the gaps for those who are not sure.
Here is another video in my series on how to deploy applications to Windows 10. Today it’s the turn of another enterprise favourite, Adobe Reader. This video shows you how to package it and deploy it silently to your Windows estate in just a few minutes.
Occasionally people have a requirement to turn a Windows 10 PC into a single app kiosk, or re purpose a Windows device for digital signage. This video shows how to use VMware Workspace ONE to lock a Windows 10 PC into single app kiosk mode running only Internet Explorer