VMware Workstation and Fusion for Businesses
Agility, productivity and security for delivering corporate desktops and legacy apps online, or off.
Improve Agility, Productivity and Security
Check out our infographic to learn how VMware Workstation and Fusion deliver improved agility, productivity and security for businesses like yours.
Cross-Platform Development and Testing
Learn how VMware Workstation and Fusion can accelerate developer productivity and reduce costs with local development and testing for any app, platform or cloud, from a single device.
Benefits for Businesses
Run Windows on Mac (without rebooting)
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.
Run Linux on Windows or Mac Virtual Machines (without rebooting)
VMware gives you side-by-side access to Linux applications from Mac, Linux or Windows PCs.
Extend the Life of Legacy Applications
Deploy mission-critical, legacy applications on modern hardware while taking advantage of compliance and security technologies available for the latest host operating systems.
Embrace ‘Work from Anywhere’
Rapidly deliver standardized corporate desktops to user-owned Macs and PCs.
Focus on the Application that Matters
Seamlessly access apps from multiple operating systems on separate monitors (even 5K), desktops or side by side, as if they were from the same operating system.
Eliminate Laptop Provisioning Costs
Remotely enable and refresh virtual desktops with no downtime for branch offices and mobile workers by combining Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management with Desktop Hypervisor tools.
Access Desktops from Anywhere, Even Offline
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.
Try Workstation and Fusion
The industry defining Desktop Hypervisor for IT pros and developers.
The simple yet powerful Desktop Hypervisor for macOS.