The VMware UX blog series is a new resource that explores the continually evolving discipline of user experience (UX) across a myriad of topics, from design and methodology to user research and new trends.
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
As we head into 2017, it’s always fun to pull out a crystal ball and predict what the future will bring. This year, we want to look at what the industry can expect from desktop and application virtualization. So without further ado, here are our top virtualization predictions for the world of desktops and apps. Continue reading
Have questions about the biggest challenges facing IT today when it comes to workspace transformation and end-user computing (EUC)? You won’t want to miss watching this great video interview from VMworld Europe.
Shankar Iyer, vice president and general manager of desktop products for VMware EUC, dives into the top challenges sparking IT to investigate workspace transformation and the major benefits early innovators are seeing from digital workspace enablement.
The concept of “work” has evolved dramatically over the past decade, and 2016 is the year end-user demands and enterprise IT finally began to come together.
Watch the video below as digital workspace expert and VMware End-User Computing vice president Dave Grant explores:
In the spirit of giving thanks, VMware End-User Computing (EUC) wishes to recognize six dedicated EUC Champions for their impressive contributions in 2016. Thank you to these six people for their tremendous support and hard work. They helped us get the word out about our numerous product enhancements and new features, plus a lot more.
Check out our big, bulletproof guide to layered VMware solutions for securing remote desktop services hosts (RDSH).
By Barak Nissim, Senior EUC Practice Systems Engineer, VMware EMEA
Remote desktop services (RDS) bring users closer to the data center. However, attackers can misuse the infrastructure to collect information, abuse and hop around the data center.
RDS bridge common physical security best practices and data center security principals and, thus, require unique security considerations. Here are different approaches to secure RDS farms with VMware solutions across the device, network, operating system (OS), user environment and applications.
2016 marked the biggest VMworld Europe, yet, and this year also marked the first time VMware co-located AirWatch Connect and VMworld in Europe. With more than 10,000 attendees, VMworld offered a great opportunity for us to share the latest innovations from our end-user computing (EUC) team and hear feedback to shape future product direction. There were hundreds of hands-on labs, customer meetings, sessions and other activities throughout the event.
After an amazing showcase and unveiling of VMware’s Internet of things (IoT) strategy at VMworld U.S. Vegas, we are taking on IoT at VMworld Europe in Barcelona.
Forbes predicts that by 2020, IoT will increase the services business (40.3%), drive greater revenue with product usage data (28.7%) and bypass entities in the distribution channel (22.8%). With these compelling numbers, it is no surprise that most enterprises are either implementing or thinking about kick starting IoT initiatives in their businesses. However, implementing IoT at an enterprise scale is hard. Your IT and operation technology organizations may soon struggle to support, manage, monitor and secure IoT workflows. In Barcelona this week, find out how VMware and its partners help you take control of IoT. Continue reading