VMware mobile virtualization News
September 21, 2012
After four years in the making, it looks like VMware will finally bring mobile virtualization to market. The rest of Horizon Suite will take longer.
May 18, 2011
VMware eats its own cloud dog food, and Soviet-era user interfaces need to go, CIO Mark Egan says in this exclusive interview.
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VMware vCenter Mobile Access (VMware vCMA) is a virtual appliance used by admins to manage a data center from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Continue Reading
VMware Horizon Suite is a collection of products and technologies designed to help information technology (IT) administrators deliver desktops and applications and secure data on a variety of endpoint devices. Continue Reading
VMware's end-user computing (EUC) suite includes but is not limited to virtual desktop infrastructure tools. Get the facts on Horizon Suite. Continue Reading
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VMware sweeps View, Mirage, Horizon Application Manager and Octopus into the new Horizon Suite. But whither Horizon Mobile? Continue Reading
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VMware admins can easily virtualize most applications with ThinApp. For fast, clean and trouble-free applications, follow some ThinApp best practices. Continue Reading
The vCMA virtual appliances is an unsupported fling, and VMware still doesn't have an official mobile admin interface for vSphere. What’s the delay? Continue Reading
VMware’s Mobile Virtualization Platform allows users to fuse two phones into one, but it also presents some mobile device security risks. Continue Reading
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Implementing a BYOD policy can improve end user productivity, but administrators should consider the potential security challenges the mobile devices can create. Continue Reading
Mobile virtualization is taking hold, and VMware MVP allows IT pros to access work and personal data on one device. But the platform still has its limitations. Continue Reading
Providing View users with a USB version of their virtual desktop can eliminate some common objections to desktop virtualization: it doesn't require users to install software on their desktops, it is easy to use and secure, and it enables mobility. ... Continue Reading