Horizon 7 for Windows 

Streamline Desktop Management

Allow IT administrators to leverage a single platform to entitle users and set policy for Windows desktops.

 

Access Microsoft Applications on Any Device

Horizon 7 published applications allow you to deliver Microsoft applications like Office to any device, including iOS and Android tablets and smartphones.

 

Provide Fast, Easy and Secure Access

Centrally manage Windows images, applications and files. End users quickly and easily log in to their virtual session through single sign-on or smart card access and enjoy a consistently great experience every time.

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Deliver Desktops and Apps through a single VDI Platform

Horizon 7 for Linux 

Deliver, manage and access Linux virtual desktops with Horizon 7 for Linux and eliminate the need to license commercial operating systems. Get full support for Linux desktops and provide single sign on access to office, 3D graphics and developer applications. Horizon 7 for Linux is ideal for software developers, CAD/CAM developers, government workers, cost sensitive deployments and organizations who want to take advantage of the cost savings, security and customizations available with Linux.

You can get Horizon 7 for Linux several ways:

 

Streamline Desktop Management

Allow IT administrators to leverage a single platform to entitle users and set policy for Linux and Windows desktops.

 

Support Greater Productivity

Support a broad range of Linux options including Ubuntu, RHEL, CentOS and NeoKylin. Together with NVIDIA, Horizon for Linux supports rich 3D graphics for even the most powerful and intensive use cases.

 

Provide Fast, Easy and Secure Access

Leverage a more secure operating system and centrally manage Linux images, apps and files. End users quickly and easily log in to their virtual session through single sign on or smart card access and enjoy a consistently great experience every time.

 

Reduce CapEx and OpEx

Reduce capital and operational expenditures by as much as 60% by leveraging thin clients and by moving away from Microsoft licensing.

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Demo: Horizon 7 for Linux