Desktop and App Virtualization
Desktop and app virtualization is a software technology that centrally hosts simulated desktops and applications in a data center or cloud, allowing users to access resources from a remotely connected device.
Deliver desktops and business critical apps to any device, with any operating system, to any location.
Leverage granular controls to enforce compliance in regulated industries.
Save on costs by leveraging a choice of endpoints and pooling compute, graphics, and storage resources in the data center, increasing utilization across teams.
Reduce complexity and simplify management and delivery with a modern approach, avoiding time consuming legacy processes.
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VMware-managed DaaS platform that delivers virtual apps and desktops from Microsoft Azure. Uses same control plane & management as VMware Horizon and supports the features of Azure Virtual Desktop.
Wherever they go in the hospital, whichever client they’re using, the desktop is available. They can sit down at a hospital computer, then pick up the work on their personal device. This gives them faster access to medical information, which makes for more responsive care.
VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure is far more stable and consistent than anything we could have deployed on premises. Moving applications and desktop infrastructure to the cloud has resulted in reductions to operational costs by 40 percent—freeing up not only IT’s budget, but also the space once used to house server infrastructure.