By Josh Spencer, Architect, End-User-Computing Technical Marketing, VMware
With significant contributions from
Stéphane Asselin, Lead Senior End-User-Computing Architect, Customer Success Team, VMware
Jim Yanik, Senior Manager, End-User-Computing Technical Marketing, VMware
Pim Van De Vis, Product Engineer, User Environment Manager, Research & Development, VMware
In Part 1 of this two-part blog-post series, we presented an overview of how to implement Microsoft mandatory profiles. In Part 2, we present specific examples of using VMware User Environment Manager to provide flexibility for end users, while controlling profile growth and keeping login times low. Continue reading →
Customers’ increasing access to the cloud and social media drive the need for retailers to be more flexible. Today’s retailers need to access and push out information very quickly. Known as the consumerization of retail, this trends creates new opportunities for retailers, while placing new operational burdens on stores and their associates.
Retail CIOs and IT leaders look to shift to the digital workplace by supporting workforce optimization, engagement, collaboration and security. They need to innovate faster and operate smarter by enabling a connected retail environment.
Next week at the National Retail Federation’s “Big Show,” NRF 2017, VMware will deliver new insights into the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobility to help retailers make this shift and better serve their customers. Continue reading →
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Organizations want to keep the business operating during an extended or catastrophic technology outage, providing continuity of service and allowing staff to carry out their day-to-day responsibilities. VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture provides best practices and architectural blueprints for building a deployment that addresses these issues.
This reference architecture describes a typical configuration and requirements for a two-data-center strategy, which can easily be adapted and scaled to larger environments. All Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition components are included in this solution to deliver business continuity and mitigate against component failure:
Virtual desktops and published applications (RDSH)
In the volatile oil and gas industry, Seventy Seven Energy (77NRG) needed a virtualization solution that could scale quickly to support thousands of users under a tight deadline. With a small IT staff and limited resources, the company wanted a complete, cloud-hosted solution.
The advent of mobile phones put enormous amounts of computing power in the hands—quite literally—of end users. “Anyness” (any app, any device, anywhere) is now expectation, but it needs to happen in a secure way.
Several recent technological advances have made this possible, including mobile device management (MDM, aka freedom from being domain joined). And now with the digital workspace, employees can work conveniently, securely and with more freedom than ever possible before.
Want to see the biggest VMware End-User Computing (EUC) headlines from 2016? Look no further. This round-up highlights the most popular 2016 EUC blogs for product news, customer use cases and technical documentation. Continue reading →