VCDXs Around the World: Where’s your nearest VMware Certified Design Expert?

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  VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) represents the highest level of certification offered by VMware. With four possible areas of certification, including Data Center Virtualization, Cloud Management and Automation, Desktop and Mobility, and Network Virtualization, this elite group is in charge of solving some of the most important cloud and virtualization challenges facing companies today. Read more...

Leveraging data mining principles to optimize large-scale onboarding to the digital workspace

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  PIERRE MONCASSIN Senior Solutions Architect FAHAD KHAN Consulting Architect The logic for migrating individual users to the digital workspace is on the face of it quite straightforward. Replace a physical desktop with a virtual one which can be managed centrally and accessed from practically anywhere. Most of the desktop applications can be migrated to Read more...

Horizon 7.3 Questions Asked & Answered

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Our VMware Horizon 7.3: What’s New webcast last November was another in our series of free webcasts designed around questions and cases from our support teams. Jonathan Perrott, a Senior Technical Support Training Specialist with the VMware Technical Support University (vTSU), answered many questions during the event, and we picked some of the most interesting ones here. You Read more...

Two New Courses on Hot Topics: vSAN and Horizon 7.3

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Two new courses were added to the curriculum by VMware Education Services this month covering some of our most requested topics: Horizon 7.3 and VMware vSAN. For more information on these or any other courses, please contact the Learning Specialist for your area. VMware vSAN: Troubleshooting Workshop [V6.x] In this two-day course, you will focus on Read more...

Automated Secure Desktop Solution

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TAI RATCLIFF Senior Solutions Architect Many security breaches occur in the desktop environments. In some cases, admins and users make unauthorized changes in order to “get their jobs done”. It is easy enough to lock down a desktop so that end-users only have minimal access rights but the more you lock down the desktop the Read more...