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.
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.
In the wake of the many ongoing cyber attacks targeted at end users, i thought i’d put something together to help people make their environments more resilient and more recoverable.
Here is a lightboard version
Some of you by now will have had chance to try out the new instant clones functionality in Horizon 7. It’s a great step forward in terms of the ‘just in time’ desktop and it’s ability to eliminate maintenance windows and speed up provisioning make it a great tool going forwards. Continue reading “Entering and exiting maintenance mode for an ESXi host that has Horizon instant clones”
Horizon 7 is the latest version of VMware’s virtual desktop product. In a previous post I talked about what was new in version 7 but I thought it was about time I got my hands dirty and had a go at installing it. Continue reading “Horizon 7.0 – Install and configuration”
VMware have released the latest version of their desktop virtualization product, Horizon View 7. The product has evolved over the years and is capable of catering for pretty much every desktop use case these days. Continue reading “Horizon View 7 – What’s new?”
VMware has released App Volumes 3.0 in the last couple of weeks, but it’s aimed at Horizon Air hybrid or Horizon Air users. VMware recommends staying with 2.10 for Horizon on prem deployments.
For those of you that don’t know, its a real time application delivery platform that supports Horizon View and Citrix. Continue reading “App Volumes 3.0 – What’s new?”