Drive down costs and accelerate user acceptance and productivity by delivering any combination of more than 200 supported operating systems with VMware Workstation and Fusion. VMware solutions simplify the delivery of corporate desktops to laptops you don’t necessarily own, extend the life of legacy applications on modern hardware and reduce the downtime and shipping costs associated with deploying new laptops.
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Now you can continue running your favorite Windows applications on the laptop you love, side by side with your Mac applications, sharing files and system resources quickly and reliably.
VMware gives you side-by-side access to Linux (and 200 other supported operating systems) applications from either your Mac or your Windows PC or tablet. Alternatively, you can run Windows and other operating systems on your Linux machine.
Deploy mission-critical, legacy applications on modern hardware while taking advantage of compliance and security technologies available for the latest host operating systems.
Rapidly deliver standardized corporate desktops to user-owned Macs and PCs, policy-secured and Active Directory authorized.
Seamlessly access apps from multiple operating systems on separate monitors (even Retina), desktops or side by side.
Create time-bound, encrypted, local virtual desktops that auto-expire and can even remove themselves from remote machines.
Reduce CapEx and OpEx associated with remote laptops with centrally controlled, cloud-deployed, local virtual desktops. Easily reclaim software licenses when decommissioning BYOPC workers.
Remotely enable and refresh virtual desktops with no downtime for branch offices and mobile workers.
For road warriors and offshore development, VMs are a better way of securely delivering a local desktop that doesn't rely on a fast network connection.
Force separation of personal and work-related files by isolating the virtual hard disk from the physical, controlling copy-and-paste and restricting drag-and-drop.
Enforce policies on the use of USB memory cards, flash drives, video cameras and any other third-party devices plugged into a laptop.