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 →
A few weeks ago, we opened registration for VMware’s biggest End-User Computing event of the year: EUC Insights 2016. On June 7, IT leaders from businesses of all sizes all over the world will converge online to talk about all things digital workspace and business mobility. Learn more here.
2016 has already been a year of huge advancements in EUC, with the February announcement of VMware Workspace ONE—the digital workspace platform that integrates identity, applications and enterprise mobility management (EMM). At EUC Insights 2016, we expect more big industry news and a much-anticipated “special announcement.”
Virtual app and desktop delivery, unified endpoint management, identity and security, mobile productivity apps…the world of end-user computing (EUC) never stops changing. Register today for EUC Insights 2016, our free virtual tradeshow where you can learn how to tackle EUC’s newest challenges.
Click here to register for EUC Insights 2016 on Tuesday, June 7, at 9 a.m. PST (noon EST).
What is a digital workspace? And why are businesses doubling down on this new way to work? This trend is so transformational that we launched a brand new podcast dedicated to all things digital workspace and business mobility.
In the premier episode of Echo ONE, get to know us – Justin and Blakely – as we talk to historian, published author and professor Dr. Don Elder about how NASA’s Project Echo laid the groundwork for modern communications and the digital workspace.
Thanks to recent product releases and the expertise of our VMware End-User Computing (EUC) technical and creative teams, we’ve developed some great resources for our @VMwareHorizon social followers in the past month or so. And thanks to social media, we can always tell when we’re providing you, our readers and customers, with the right product news, FAQs and how-to guides.
In case you missed us in your news feed, here are the eight most popular EUC diagrams and charts, according to social:
1. Provisioning Office 365 with VMware App Volumes AppStacks
“The role of IT is more critical than ever,” said our CEO at VMware, Pat Gelsinger, last week at VMware vForum Online. “As businesses are looking to their digital transformation, the role that you play, the role that IT offers to the business, is more critical than ever. It’s also more challenging.”
Pat, VMware Americas CTO Chris Wolf and other experts discussed the changing role of IT amidst digital transformation at vForum Online (our online conference for IT professionals to keep current on the latest technologies and connect with industry experts). Here’s what they say should be your new priorities to enable the digital business.
Tomorrow is the big day: End-user computing (EUC) experts from all over the world will gather virtually at vForum Online 2016. It’s guaranteed to be the biggest EUC event this spring. Not sure you want to attend? Here are five huge reasons to join vForum Online tomorrow (for free!):
1. 5 CIO Priorities to Drive Digital Business
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger will make a special appearance at the online event. In his keynote, Pat promises to reveal his experiences meeting with Chief Information Officers from businesses of all sizes and industries.
2. Hands-on Labs
You won’t want to miss this. There’s nothing like VMware’s virtual hands-on labs in the entire EUC market. From Virtualization 101 to VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon, you’ll be totally immersed in the newest EUC technology without leaving your desk.