Microsoft launched its Windows 10 Anniversary Update a few weeks ago, and the massive Windows 10 benefits for end-user computing (EUC) just got even bigger.
Windows 10 was the catalyst for what we in the EUC industry waited for years to finally achieve. Windows 10 is such a big deal for our industry, because it practically eliminates the need for desktop and mobile silos in IT. You don’t need one silo for Windows PCs, another for mobile and another for apps. All of this comes together in one management structure with Windows 10.
We here at VMware call this unified endpoint management (UEM). What that means is a single, dynamic operating environment for ALL devices and ALL apps, with security and identity deeply integrated throughout it all. Windows 10 is a huge part of that next-generation unified architecture.
Here are the three game-changing Windows 10 benefits for UEM:
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by Harish Venkitaramanan, Office of the CXO, VMware
The Internet of Things (IoT) Drives a Fascinating Pace of Business Innovation
Companies across industries are using IoT to both differentiate their products and improve operations. For example, automakers are offering customers IoT-based enhancements to product safety and customer experience. Predictive maintenance enabled by sensor based analytics ensures that issues are caught well before highway failures. Over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates allow customers to enjoy the latest features without their cars ever leaving the garage. Manufacturing companies are rushing to develop IoT-based smart factories that increase yield. Real-time failure identification allows manufacturing to discard parts quickly without expending extra resources in their completion.
It is a small wonder that companies are rapidly embarking on this path. The value to consumers is too compelling—and the benefits to the businesses are equally convincing. Continue reading →
VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas will be four full days of innovation to accelerate your journey to a software-defined business—from mobile devices to the data center and the cloud. With the theme of “be_ TOMORROW,” attendees can discover the technology, trends and people who are shaping the future of digital business. The event is four jam-packed days of general session keynotes, hundreds of panels, breakout sessions and labs.
Our VMware End-User Computing (EUC) team has been working hard to prepare exciting new content and demos for VMworld 2016:
Latest trends and tech in EUC
Common challenges due to an ever-evolving technology landscape
We are a little over two weeks away from one of the biggest events in the technology universe: VMworld.
For our end-user computing (EUC) pros, VMworld is packed with breakout sessions, expert speakers and hands on experiences. The biggest news will be shared on the main stage. And you really don’t want to miss hearing this massive, industry-changing news as it happens.
Once you stash your gadgets in a custom VMworld backpack, you’ve got four days ahead of opportunities to discover what’s ahead, learn about the latest technologies and network with cloud giants and mobile pioneers. Here’s a look at what to expect at this year’s huge event.
Our approach to end-user computing (EUC) at VMware is a little like Pam’s race strategy on “The Office”: start fast, run fast and end fast. We made big headlines at the start of 2016 with the reveal of VMware Workspace ONE, Horizon Air Hybrid-Mode, Horizon 7 and many other new product releases. We’re still moving.
The VMware Fusion and Workstation teams are having a very busy year. Since we shipped Fusion 8 and Workstation 12 almost a year ago, we’ve been busy adding new skills to the development teams so that we can take the products in a new and compelling direction. Added to that, the team has released several updates that you really should be loading on to your systems. They make the products better in a bunch of ways that are described here, here and here.
Given that some of the new features we’re working on are aimed at developers, we recently sponsored a MacWorld party at WWDC so that people could meet me and the rest of the management team. I was impressed by how passionate and supportive the party-goers were, and we certainly learned a lot. Our backlog of ideas almost doubled! Continue reading →