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Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

VMware is excited to deliver Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure. This robust offering allows customers to connect their own instance of Azure to the incredibly intuitive Horizon Cloud control plane, creating a secure, comprehensive cloud-hosted solution for delivering virtualized Windows desktops and applications.

VMware to Deliver VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

VMware Horizon Cloud is coming to Microsoft Azure, delivering on the promise of a cross-cloud architecture for maximum flexibility.

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Horizon Cloud on Azure FAQ

Learn why VMware is supporting Microsoft Azure on Horizon Cloud.

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Get Ready for VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

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Skype for Business on Horizon

Get an even better user experience with VMware and Microsoft's optimized solution for Skype for Business. The solution creates a direct, peer-to-peer endpoint virtual channel that offloads media processing to endpoints, which avoids excessive bandwidth consumption at the datacenter to deliver an improved user experience.

Accelerate a Windows 10 Migration

Windows 10 migrations pave the path for an organization’s digital transformation journey, which includes a modern cloud-endpoint management for IT; secure workspace for business; and anytime, anywhere app and desktop access for the user. VMware is uniquely positioned to address both physical and virtual desktops and applications to make your journey to Windows 10 as seamless as possible. VMware end user computing solutions help address several scenarios such as accelerating the move to Windows 10; reducing the costs of traditional PC lifecycle management; extending the life of endpoints; delivering apps more reliably, while also managing incompatible or graphic intensive apps; and improving endpoint, app and data security.