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We’re excited to announce the latest VMware Horizon Air updates. For this release, we focused on both administrative enhancements and end-user experience. Here are 11 key Horizon Air updates and feature enhancements for this release:
Administration console improvements
Image sync across pods in the same data center
Image Upload Service (beta)
In Guest Agent improvements
VMware Blast Extreme protocol
HTML access portal for end-user access
VMware Identity Manager support (beta)
Multisite redirect for multiple data center tenants
Real time audio-video (RTAV) with HTML access and RDSH
At VMware, we continually strive to provide secure software to our customers. In that spirit, we are pleased to share that VMware Horizon attained Common Criteria certification. This is an internationally accepted standard. To quote from its website:
“IT products and protection profiles which earn a Common Criteria certificate can be procured or used without the need for further evaluation. It seeks to provide grounds for confidence in the reliability of the judgements on which the original certificate was based by requiring that a Certification/Validation Body (CB) issuing Common Criteria certificates should meet high and consistent standards.”
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Written in conjunction with Gary Sloane, Consulting Editor, VMware
If you have been thinking of upgrading your virtual desktop environment from Windows 7 to Windows 10—or if you have a need for optimization, or further optimization—you should definitely take a look at Windows 10 Optimization Test Results: View in VMware Horizon 7 about our free Operating System Optimization Tool Fling. As you probably know, Flings are additions to our supported tools, usually developed “in the field” and not officially supported. In this case, as usual, information in the Fling can be extremely useful.
For this paper, the End-User-Computing Technical-Marketing team tested the optimizations suggested in the Fling by running Login VSI benchmarks for knowledge worker workloads multiple times against various configurations. Here is an example of the results:
At Connect Atlanta 2016 this week, we had the opportunity to watch Yahoo Tech founder David Pogue sit down with VMware’s Sanjay Poonen. Great news for us all: we caught this powerful moment on camera.
In this must-watch video for all end-user computing enthusiasts, David and Sanjay talk about how our work and personal lives have been utterly transformed by the lightning-fast evolution of technology.
Here are three of my personal favorite questions and answers with David Pogue and Sanjay Poonen:Continue reading →
UEM, IoT, AR, BYOD, EMM—read about all of the innovations and buzzy acronyms coming out of VMware’s huge end-user computing event.
Connect Atlanta 2016, one of the biggest annual events in enterprise mobility from VMware AirWatch, is underway. Today was packed with announcements, breaking news and tech previews of the newest innovations to AirWatch and VMware Workspace ONE. Here are the big five you need to know.