Late last year myself and a colleague Matt Evans at VMware did an assessment of some of the desktop repurposing options out there. The idea wasn’t to choose a winner, just to assess what’s out there and present the capabilities.
For those not aware, desktop repurposing is the process of turning traditional windows endpoints into easy to manage and more secure endpoints such as Linux for example. These can then all be centrally managed and can connect to virtualised desktops and applications products such as VMware Horizon.
Here is a video of the output from the project
I’ve already written a blog post entitled ‘the end of imaging’ which explains how out of the box enrolment can now be used to simplify the rollout of Windows 10 devices.
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As the VMware JMP platform gathers pace, App Volumes 2.15 sees some more updates to the app layering technology:
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The latest release of Horizon has arrived in the last week. For more info on what’s included see the following
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If you’ve not seen this yet, I suggest you check the new website at VMware.com called techzone. It has some amazing content and is updated all the time. Here is the link to the VMware techzone site
…and here is a link to the new Workspace ONE SaaS reference architecture
I’ve already posted on the new extended service branch feature in 7.5 but the product itself Is available as of today. In comparison to past updates it’s packed full of new features. Please review the link below to see what’s included:
App Volumes 2.14 is the latest version of the VMware application layering technology and is a key part of the Horizon virtual desktops and apps platform. Compared to some recent releases the 2.14 release contains quite a lot to be excited about:
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