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Welcome to VMware: A New Hire’s True Story of Lost Luggage, Bug Registers & Workspace ONE

My first week at VMware was daunting: flying from Ireland to our head office in Palo Alto, losing my luggage and credit cards not working. On my first day, I ran around like a headless chicken trying to meet with my new team with nothing but worn clothes and trainers. In all, it was an absolute nightmare. Sometimes life throws lemons at you with such energy that it&#rsquo;s hard to do anything useful.

Arriving &#rsquo;relatively&#rdquo; on time for my first day, my next hurdle was onboarding with VMware IT. Having worked in the field for the last decade and consulting with many customers, I know first-hand just how unproductive and frustrating first days can be. Despite being eager to please and trying to hit the ground running, most workers find that IT is not ready for them. With all the personal panic that morning, the last thing I wanted to do was perform the ever-familiar &#rsquo;first day&#rdquo; dance that us consultants are all too familiar with.

You probably will not be surprised that at VMware, we drink our own Champaign when it comes to end-user computing (EUC) technologies. For the first time, I experienced VMware Workspace ONE as a user, and I was productive within minutes. In only a few clicks, my phone, personal iPad and work laptop were registered and enabled with Single Sign-On (SSO) to company email, data, Office 365, apps and intranet. I quickly checked my work email and took a few notes in Microsoft OneNote. By lunch, I reviewed roadmaps and bug registers. By the end of the day, I was sending IMs and scheduling follow-up meetings with my new colleagues (who are awesome, by the way).

Workspace ONE gave me a single identity and a familiar look and feel. Moreover, I had every single resource I needed in one place on every device (both corporate and BYO)—securely and efficiently. I did not have 20 passwords to remember or lists of internal URLs bookmarked on my local device. I was cloud-enabled and ready to charge. As a consultant and customer in my past life, this onboarding process is everything my customers asked me for. It amazed me to see it working so fluidly at VMware. My first day in VMware was a mess of personal stress and pressure, but for once, not because of IT or my employer.

[Related: Simplifying App Access & Management with Workspace ONE]

As I am a remote worker and global business traveller, Workspace ONE continues to bridge the gap to my corporate network, allowing me true freedom to stay productive &#rsquo;anywhere on any device.&#rdquo; Historically, I am cynical of this claim, having walked this walk before with other vendors and having my hands burnt. Workspace ONE finally showed me this can be achieved today. I can tell you first hand that it can be done, and Workspace ONE can help you achieve it—today.

We welcome our competitors focus on this market. It really validates what we achieved with our digital workspace vision and Workspace ONE. We will welcome them with open arms to the market when they execute on this vision. In the meantime, Workspace ONE will continue to innovate and deliver a unified workspace for you and your workers—today.

Learn more about Workspace ONE here, and see it for yourself in our free hands-on lab.

Because you liked this blog:

  • What Does a Digital Workspace Mean to You?
  • Better Together: Workspace ONE & Office 365
  • New Research: Top 10 Identity & Access Management Challenges

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[Case Study] Halton Healthcare Modernizes Data Centers & Expands with New Hospital

Award-winning Halton Healthcare operates three community hospitals in the Region of Halton in southern Ontario, Canada. The organization is expanding to meet the needs of the growing area it serves.

Old IT systems could not adequately serve a patient population expected to double by 2031. Building a completely new hospital and expanding other facilities provided opportunities for a fresh start with truly integrated IT systems.

Halton Healthcare chose VMware Horizon, Vblock systems from EMC and technology expertise from VMware partner Teknicor for a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and disaster recovery solution. The organization now has the largest VDI implementation in Canadian healthcare, serving as a model for hospitals across Canada.

&#rsquo;These VMware systems are part of the central nervous system of our hospital sites. Without them, we wouldn&#rsquo;t be able to help enable clinicians to provide the care they do today.&#rdquo;
—Sandy Saggar, Chief Information Officer, Halton Healthcare

Read more about how Halton Healthcare standardized IT across hospital sites in our case study.

Read the case study.

 

Related:

  • American Red Cross Uses VDI for Faster Disaster Relief through VMware Workspace ONE
  • VMware Horizon VDI Powers WCH&#rsquo;s New Hospital of the Future
  • Flushing Bank Locks Down Data with VMware Horizon VDI

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Memorial Healthcare Protects Patient Data with a Secure Digital Clinical Workspace

Memorial Healthcare, a top-rated community hospital in Michigan that&#rsquo;s won awards for patient engagement, sees technology as a key to advancing healthcare in its region. Their secure clinical digital workspace allows staff to access the apps and data they need anytime, anywhere. To transform security and protect patient data, Memorial Healthcare deployed VMware NSX, AirWatch and Horizon to secure endpoints and app infrastructure, while streamlining compliance.

Technology ultimately supports the hospital&#rsquo;s mission of helping patients in its region. To aid smaller hospitals that are critical to the area, Memorial Healthcare uses its infrastructure to provide easier access to shared services, including disaster recovery. Having access to secure information on mobile devices and virtual desktops let physicians and staff keep a consistent workflow no matter where they are, in the hospital or in the wider community.

Click here to learn more about how you can empower the digital workspace, such as the secure clinical digital workspace for healthcare, in your company.

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  • American Red Cross Uses VDI for Faster Disaster Relief
  • Explore Sally Beauty’s Innovative Digital Workspace
  • 3BD/2BA with Security & Simplicity: TCAD Streamlines with Digital Workspace Solutions

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VMware Horizon FIRST Certified VDI Solution with Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

We are excited to announce that VMware Horizon 7 is the first certified VDI solution with Dassault Systèmes&#rsquo; 3DEXPERIENCE Platform R2016x and R2017x. The 3DEXPERIENCE Platform leverages Dassault Systèmes&#rsquo; world-class 3D software applications that transform the way products are designed, produced and supported, including:

  • 3D modeling apps (CATIA 6, SOLIDWORKS, GEOVIA and BIOVIA).
  • Content and simulation Apps (SIMULIA, DELMIA, and 3DVIA).
  • Social and Collaboration apps (ENOVIA and 3DExcite).

 

Horizon is the market-leading desktop and applications virtualization solution, recognized as a leader in virtual client computing by IDC. This certification helps Dassault Systèmes&#rsquo; 3DEXPERIENCE Platform customers take advantage of the flexibility, cost savings and simplified management of Horizon 7 desktop virtualization. With this powerful combination, workers can work anytime, anywhere and on any device. With the hardware-backed GPU from NVIDIA, users have high-performance workstations at their fingertips.

Leading aerospace, automotive, consumer goods and industrial machinery organizations utilize Dassault Systèmes&#rsquo; 3DEXPERIENCE Platform for design and engineering, simulation, 3D design experience, simulation, modeling and collaboration to create delightful customer experiences.

The certified configurationincludes:

  • Dassault Systèmes&#rsquo; 3DEXPERIENCE Platform R2016x and R2017x
  • HPE Apollo 2000 XL190r
  • Horizon and ESXi
  • NVIDIA GRID and Tesla M60

For complete details on the certification, please refer to the Dassault Systèmes press release.

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VMware AirWatch 101: AirWatch REST APIs

With contributions from:

Hannah Jernigan, Technical Writer, End User Computing Technical Marketing, VMware

Do you ever wish the productivity apps your end-users love had more security features? VMware AirWatch REST APIs can help make this idea a reality by integratingAirWatch REST APIswith existing IT infrastructures and third-party applications. AirWatch API integration extends enterprise mobility management functionality toexternal programs, and is an efficient, cost-effective alternativeto buildingin-house applications.No wonder REST APIsareapillar of the AirWatch Developer’s Toolkit!

This post is most appropriate for the following audiences:

  • Anyone new to VMware AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management
  • Anyone new to VMware AirWatch REST API capabilities

If you fall into one of these categories, keep reading to learn about:

  • Security features ofAirWatch REST APIs
  • AirWatch REST APIs available for integration
  • Authentication Methods for AirWatch REST APIs
  • Getting Started configurations in the AirWatch Console
If you are already familiar with the topics listed above, and were looking for moretechnical resources, jump straight to the Learn More section and follow the recommended links

AirWatch REST API Security Features

  • Encrypted Communication – REST API calls take place over HTTPS with a certificate signed by a publicly trusted CA.
  • Two-Factor Authentication – Along with the standard headers, API server authentication requires the following headers:
    • Authorization- Authorization header with base 64 encoding of API admin credentials.
    • aw-tenant-code- Header value same as API key randomly generated in the AirWatch Console.
  • Multiple Authentication Options – AirWatch API Admin can authenticate with the API server usingBasic/ NTLM, Directory, orCertificate authentication.
  • ConfigurableAPI Admin Permissions– Default and custom admin roles can restrict the API admin to a limited set of API actions.
  • Advanced On-Premise Settings – On-premises deployments can restrict server throttling and set daily quotas to prevent API overflows and potential service crashes.

AvailableAirWatch REST APIs

Integrate VMware AirWatch’s REST APIs with third party applications, programs, and processes, and take enterprise mobility management beyond the VMware AirWatch solution.

Authentication Methods for AirWatch REST APIs

VMware AirWatch supports multiple ways for Console Admin Users to authenticate into the API server:

Basic Authentication

Authentication into the API server uses a generic username and password. Implementation is simple. However,this authentication model does not integrate with existing corporate user accounts.

Basic Authentication Authorization Header

The authorization header should hold the value in the following example format:

 GET https://host/api/mdm/devices/bulksettings HTTP/1.1 User-Agent: Fiddler aw-tenant-code: 1FC5H4JAAAG5A4SQAMQA Host – host.com Authorization – Basic bW9oYW46bW9oYW4=

Certificate Authentication

Uses a self-signed certificate generated by the AirWatch Console for API Server authentication. AirWatch certificate-basedAPI authentication acceptsincoming requests with CMS signatures and CMSURL authentication schemes.

CMS Signatures Authorization Header

Expects the signature against the message content, and takes the following format.

Authorization:CMS&#rsquo;< Version >< CREDENTIALS >

< Version > information.

< CREDENTIALS > is the Base64 Encoded data of &#rsquo;message content&#rdquo; signed with client certificate using PKCS9 signing.

CMSURL Scheme Authorization Header

Expects the signature against the application path in the URL, and takes the following format.

Authorization:CMSURL&#rsquo;< Version >< CREDENTIALS >

< Version > information.

< CREDENTIALS > is the Base64 Encoded data of &#rsquo;canonical URI resource encoded using UTF-8 format&#rdquo; signed with client certificate using PKCS9 signing.

Directory-Based Authentication

Authentication into the API server uses existing corporate credentials. This method integrates existing corporate accounts from Directory Services withAirWatch user and admin accounts.

Enable AirWatch REST APIs

To enable API access in the AirWatch Console:

  1. Log into the AirWatch Console.
  2. Navigate toGroups & Settings>All Settings>System>Advanced>API>REST API.
  3. Configure the General, Authentication, and the Advanced tab.

a. Configure General tab settings.

  • Enable API Access - SelectEnabled to generate the API authentication key.
  • Add -Select to generate multipletheAPI key for one or multiple servers. Then, configure the related settings.

  • Service – Enter one or multiple service(s) and generate their independent API keys.
  • Account Type – Select the type of the account. To accessthe Mobile Content Management Personal Content APIs, select Enrollment User.
  • Description – Provide ashort description for the service and generated API key.
  • Whitelisted Domains – Specifythedomains where the API key is valid.

b. Configure the Authentication Tab

Enable Basic, Directory, or Certificate based authentication.

c. Configure the Advanced tab.

At the Global Organization Group level, specify default service throttling and daily quota values.

  • Server Throttling -Set the server bandwidth throttling. When server reaches the specified throttling limit, it offloads new requests and not respond to them.
  • Daily Quota -Set the number of API calls to be sent per day.

Configure API Access

After enablingAPIs, configure API access. First, create adedicatedadministrator account for API authentication. Then, select anauthenticationmethod. Finally, provision roles with specific API privileges to the administrator.

  1. Navigate to Accounts > Administrators > List View.
  2. Click Add> Add Admin.
  3. Configure the following tabs:

    a. On the Basic tab, complete the required fields to create a dedicated admin for API access.

    b. Click the Roles tab, and specify the admin role's API authentication permissions.

    c. On the API tab, select the Authentication method from the drop-down menu.

    If configuring certificate authentication, selectCertificates from the Authentication drop-down menu, and enter the same password provided on theBasic tab for Certificate Password.

  4. Select Save to create theAPI Admin Account with defined access permissions.

Summary

Use VMware AirWatch REST APIs as an efficient way to leverage core enterprise mobility management functionality in enterprise servers, programs, and processes. These APIs facilitate custom application development and integration with AirWatch.

Learn More

  • API Help Page - Learn about REST APIs setup and view comprehensive documentation Navigate to https://{apiURL}/api/help and authenticate using API admin credentials.
  • Hands-On Lab- Select Module 5, Introduction to AirWatch REST APIs. Complete the exercises in roughly 30 minutes.
  • VMware AirWatch REST API Guide- Accesstechnical reference material in the manual.

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This Week’s Top EUC News Will Blow Your Mind

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&#rsquo;Microsoft Azure users now have access to genuine desktop as a service solution.&#rdquo;

That&#rsquo;s SiliconANGLE on our huge news this week: We&#rsquo;re delivering VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure. By connecting Azure to the Horizon Cloud control plane, our joint customers are empowered with more flexibility to deliver virtual desktops and apps. Get the FAQs here.

&#rsquo;Our customers have their preference of public cloud offerings and should be able to choose the industry leader in desktop and app virtualization regardless of that cloud preference.&#rdquo;
—Dave Grant, VP of Product Marketing for VMware End-User Computing, at VMware Radius

Plus, using Horizon Cloud with on-premises infrastructure? Here&#rsquo;s what&#rsquo;s new for you.

The digital workspace just upped its IQ.

VMware also announced the acquisition of Apteligent this week and the integration of the mobile app intelligence solution into our digital workspace platform. Read the juicy details here.

&#rsquo;The Apteligent platform enables both mobile app developers and IT organizations to analyze mobile application performance in real time, enabling them to understand user behavior to address the issues that matter the most—and directly impact business and revenue.&#rdquo;
—Sumit Dhawan, VMware EUC SVP & GM of Desktop Products & Solutions

Forget stereotypes. We&#rsquo;re all Generation Digital.

Millennials aren&#rsquo;t the only generation demanding mobile technology at work. Employees of all ages recently said mobile tech makes them more productive (60%), more creative (45%) and more satisfied at work (53%). Read more in this new VMware Radius series.

It&#rsquo;s a &#rsquo;privilege&#rdquo; to meet you, VMware User Environment Manager 9.2.

User Environment Manager (UEM) essentially separates a user&#rsquo;s personality from the underlying Windows machine, said Andy Morris, virtualizing their preferences. Version 9.2 offers a cool new trick: User privilege elevation. Here&#rsquo;s what it does.

Plus, watch these six videos for a technical deep dive into UEM 9.2.

And IT lived happily ever after.

User satisfaction is up, and costs are down at Memorial Healthcare after the hospital deployed VMware NSX, VMware AirWatch and Horizon. Hear their digital clinical workspace story.

&#rsquo;I don&#rsquo;t think there&#rsquo;s much within our infrastructure that VMware hasn&#rsquo;t enabled.&#rdquo;
—Thomas Kurtz, Ph. D, VP of Information Services & CIO for Memorial Healthcare

Let&#rsquo;s talk tech.

  • Citrix Synergy, May 23–25 in Orlando (VMware booth 309)
  • VMware SociaLabs—Horizon 7 & AirWatch, May 23 (San Diego), June 6 (Reston) & June 20 (Halifax)
  • Boston Summer VMUG UserCon, June 1
  • Unlocking Mobility with Derived Credentials &AirWatch, June 23 online
  • VMworld 2017, Aug. 27–31 in Vegas

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Coming Soon: VMware Horizon Virtualization Pack for Skype for Business GA Release

As a follow up to our previous announcement on VMware Horizon with Skype for Business, we are happy to share that we will be releasing the generally available (GA) version of the VMware Horizon Virtualization Pack for Skype for Business next month.

The upcoming release of the Horizon Virtualization Pack will include a GA release of the Horizon Media Engine for Windows clients and a private beta release of the Horizon Media Engine for Linux clients. Additionally, an updated Horizon Media Proxy will be embedded with the Horizon agent as an optional install.

Some highlights of the new virtualization pack include:

  • Point-to-point audio and video calls
  • PSTN calls using the dial-pad
  • Remote connectivity through the Microsoft Edge Server
  • Call-forward, transfer, hold and resume
  • Voicemail integration
  • Music on hold
  • Support for Skype for Business 2015 and 2016 clients (see release notes)
  • Support for Lync Server 2013, Skype for Business 2015 Server and Office365 deployments
  • Support for VMware Blast Extreme and PCoIP
  • Support for persistent and non-persistent desktops
  • Support for Horizon desktops (on premise and cloud)

 

The Horizon Media Engine for Windows clients will be available as an optional install with the Horizon Windows client. For customers interested in testing out the private beta of the Horizon Media Engine for Linux, please email .

Come visit us at Citrix Synergy booth 309 next week to see Horizon + Skype for Business in action.

Because you liked this blog:

  • VMware + Microsoft: Delivering an Even Better Skype for Business Experience
  • The Next Horizon: Introducing Horizon 7.1, Horizon Apps & Horizon Cloud
  • Get Ready for Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

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Coming Soon: VMware Horizon Virtualization Pack for Skype for Business GA Release

As a follow up to our previous announcement on VMware Horizon with Skype for Business, we are happy to share that we will be releasing the generally available (GA) version of the VMware Horizon Virtualization Pack for Skype for Business next month.

The upcoming release of the Horizon Virtualization Pack will include a GA release of the Horizon Media Engine for Windows clients and a private beta release of the Horizon Media Engine for Linux clients. Additionally, an updated Horizon Media Proxy will be embedded with the Horizon agent as an optional install.

Some highlights of the new virtualization pack include:

  • Point-to-point audio and video calls
  • PSTN calls using the dial-pad
  • Remote connectivity through the Microsoft Edge Server
  • Call-forward, transfer, hold and resume
  • Voicemail integration
  • Music on hold
  • Support for Skype for Business 2015 and 2016 clients (see release notes)
  • Support for Lync Server 2013, Skype for Business 2015 Server and Office365 deployments
  • Support for VMware Blast Extreme and PCoIP
  • Support for persistent and non-persistent desktops
  • Support for Horizon desktops (on premise and cloud)

 

The Horizon Media Engine for Windows clients will be available as an optional install with the Horizon Windows client. For customers interested in testing out the private beta of the Horizon Media Engine for Linux, please email .

Come visit us at Citrix Synergy booth 309 next week to see Horizon + Skype for Business in action.

Because you liked this blog:

  • VMware + Microsoft: Delivering an Even Better Skype for Business Experience
  • The Next Horizon: Introducing Horizon 7.1, Horizon Apps & Horizon Cloud
  • Get Ready for Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

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Introducing VMware User Environment Manager 9.2 with Privilege Elevation

I know you&#rsquo;re excited to hear about all the functions and features we&#rsquo;ve crammed into the new release. Bear with me a moment, because not everyone is aware of what VMware User Environment Manager is.

What Is User Environment Manager?

The easiest way to understand User Environment Manager is to imagine a world in which it doesn&#rsquo;t exist.

Picture yourself sitting at your computer. The desktop is the image of the cat you love so much, and the icons are arranged in a way that makes perfect sense to (only) you. When you start an application, its window appears in just the right place on the screen, with just the right toolbars configured to make you productive. The word processor has all those special words and acronyms you added that no one outside of your industry ever uses. The 3-D printer that only you use is hooked up and ready to do your bidding. The machine is a perfect reflection of your work life.

Now, imagine IT takes your computer away for a week of &#rsquo;upgrades&#rdquo; and gives you a loaner. Are you productive? Of course not. You&#rsquo;ve spent possibly years customizing your PC to be the machine you need it to be, and this new one, with all the same apps and some of the same printers, is simply a pale imitation.

This is the problem that User Environment Manager was invented to solve. User Environment Manager attempts to separate your personality from the underlying Windows machine. In VMware terms, it attempts to virtualize you: to isolate the essence of you from all the complexity that completes your Windows experience.

In the world of User Environment Manager, you can move between machines. Every single time you sign on, you get presented with your loving cat, your peculiar dictionary and your icons just so. Your 3D printer even works.

New in User Environment Manager 9.2

In version 9.2, we&#rsquo;ve added some very cool tricks that handle user privilege. Clearly, you&#rsquo;re never going to give your users admin rights, but with privilege elevation, you can now allow them to run and install their own apps if they meet your criteria. We&#rsquo;ve also added numerous Windows Environment variables, so you can script more responsive policy.

User Environment Manager is 100% focused on delivering consistent, dynamic application and desktop user experiences across any device, location or operating system. With an elegant and scalable architecture, it requires no additional infrastructure. It’s truly the next generation in user profile management.

Go ahead and tryVMware User Environment Manager 9.2now.

Download Your 60-Day Trial
(And yes, the video is cheesy. We know. Thanks for reading!)

Read more about User Environment Manager:

  • [Whitepaper] User Environment Manager Deployment Considerations
  • Profiling Applications with User Environment Manager, Part 1: Introduction to Application Profiler
  • VMware User Environment Manager, Part 1: Easier, Faster Windows Logins with Mandatory Profiles

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Get Ready for VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

Businesses today are increasingly mobile, globally distributed and fast paced. While this increasingly diverse workforce expects a consumer-simple interface for accessing work data and applications, IT faces the same challenge as before: securing the enterprise. The number one question facing organizations is:

How can I ensure my users are productive, while securing data and driving down costs?

VMware works with Microsoft to deliver enterprise collaboration solutions that enhance user experience and productivity, while delivering on the promise of a more secure enterprise. Last fall, we teamed up with Microsoft to deliver an optimized experience for Skype for Business on VMware Horizon.

Concurrently, VMware supports our customers&#rsquo; migration to Windows 10 with desktop virtualization and endpoint management with VMware AirWatch. Solutions such as VMware Workspace ONE help organizations simplify Windows 10 device management. Horizon application and desktop virtualization solutions ease IT&#rsquo;s pain of migrating to Windows 10 by simplifying image management.

From desktop and application delivery to mobile and Windows device management, our work with Microsoft ensures that users can be productive and enterprise data remains secure.

Building on this promise, we are excited to share today that we will deliver Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure.

Read the FAQ: Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure

Azure is one of the fastest growing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers. Horizon Cloud is the industry&#rsquo;s leading app and desktop cloud services offering. Together, our joint customers will be able to connect their own instance of Azure to our intuitive Horizon Cloud control plane. This combination creates a comprehensive cloud-hosted solution with federated access to Azure Active Directory (AD) for delivering virtualized Windows apps and desktops.

Integrating with leading clouds like Azure allows us to deliver cross-cloud architecture. Horizon Cloud uniquely pairs a single cloud control plane with our customers&#rsquo; choice of deployment options to deliver and manage virtual desktops and apps. Customers choose from a number of flexible private and public cloud deployment options, including:

  • Cloud-hosted capacity managed by VMware.
  • Public cloud infrastructure from Microsoft Azure. Coming soon.
  • On-premises hyper-converged infrastructure from partners like Dell EMC, Hitachi and QTC.

We are certainly excited about the opportunity to work with Microsoft to bring Azure to Horizon Cloud and would love to share more details with you. Visit our VMware and Microsoft web page, where you can get more details on this announcement and sign up to participate in our private beta.

Want to learn more about Horizon Cloud? Here are a few great resources for you:

  • Here Comes Horizon Cloud
  • Horizon Cloud Demo Video
  • Horizon Cloud FAQ, Datasheet & More

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