VMware Horizon 7 Deployment Guide for Healthcare Released!

Sep 18, 2019
Rick Terlep

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Rick Terlep is a Senior Technical Marketing Architect for VMware's End User Computing. He has been working on the VMware's EUC Technical Marketing team since 2014, and has been at VMware since 2008. Rick is a regular speaker at VMworld on different topics. Prior to VMware, he had different roles at NetIQ, at Appetizers And, Inc. and at Arthur Andersen. Rick has a degree in Computer Science from Western Illinois University and enjoys woodworking, gardening and traveling and watching way too much sports.

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For those in the healthcare field who have been patiently (or impatiently) waiting for VMware Horizon 7, your moment has come. We just released the VMware Horizon 7 Deployment Guide for Healthcare, so you can use Horizon 7 to deploy virtual desktops and applications in formats tailored specifically to healthcare providers.

The Deployment Guide explains how Horizon 7 can be successfully deployed in healthcare environments and was released in conjunction with the 7.10 Extended Service Branch release of Horizon 7. You’ll like this release because it includes a slew of enhancements to the peripheral support that is so critical in Horizon implementations in healthcare.

Deployment Guide

This guide provides you with the assets that are most often used by healthcare providers to build out their own Horizon environments. You will find a number of typical use cases for Horizon 7, and you can explore their corresponding service offerings in the document. You can use this guide, along with the Workspace ONE and Horizon 7 Reference Architecture, to find the information you need to make your healthcare environments more effective.

The Horizon 7 Deployment Guide for Healthcare is on TechZone.

 

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