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One Device for On-the-Go Mobility & Desktop Productivity—Eliminate Compromise with VMware & Samsung

VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Client 4.5 are now available on the Google Play store. Both can be installed on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones and used with Samsung DeX Station, which enables USB connectivity to peripherals.

The joint Samsung and VMware solution delivers a unified, digital workspace to keep end users productive. Users can seamlessly transition between their on-the-go mobile device and their full-size desk workspace that includes a monitor, mouse and keyboard.

With Samsung and VMware, end users can quickly move from mobile device to desktopfor continuous productivity at work.

Workspace ONE is a simple and secure enterprise platform for delivering and managing any application on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphone. Integrating identity management, real-time application delivery and enterprise mobility management, Workspace ONE helps IT engage digital employees, reduce the threat of data leakage and modernize traditional operations for the mobile-cloud era.

With the Samsung DeX Station, end users can turn their Galaxy S8 or S8+ into a true PC experience. When docked at the DeX Station, Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones launch a special DeX mode on the connected, external monitor, and applications can be opened in multiple, separate windows. We recommend connecting a mouse, keyboard and Ethernet cable for added productivity.

With Workspace ONE and Horizon Client 4.5 installed on the device, DeX users can take advantage of on-the-go access to their Windows, mobile and cloud applications. Without compromising corporate security, this combination is an ideal choice for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) users.

Here&#rsquo;s an example of a Galaxy S8 running DeX mode on a monitor with a Horizon virtual desktop and Workspace ONE.

With Horizon, DeX users will also experience Blast Extreme adaptive transport for high-performing cloud applications and virtual desktops—right from Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices.

Meanwhile, users can easily multitask between their personal and corporate worlds and even take phone calls. While docked in the DeX Station, call functionality works seamlessly with a Bluetooth headset, without interrupting the desktop experience.

Organizations that want to test the Galaxy S8 or S8+ with Horizon and/or Workspace ONE can quickly sign up at VMware TestDrivefor End-User Computing. IT can conveniently access a free, cloud-based demo environment within minutes—without spinning up internal resources and/or infrastructure.

Go to VMware TestDrive

Learn More

  • See the announcement:Introducing New Samsung Galaxy S8 + VMware Workspace ONE
  • Read more from VentureBeat: Samsung&#rsquo;s DeX dock turns the Galaxy S8 into a PC
  • Watch a demo at KRON 4: Samsung&#rsquo;s Dex Turns Your Phone into a Work or Home Computer

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VMware Mirage Speeds Windows 10 Migration for Physical PCs

You&#rsquo;ve decided that Windows 10 is in your future. Maybe you&#rsquo;ve even got designs on what that future should look like. But how do you get there? How do you move your legacy XP machines? How do you move your 32-bit Windows 7 machines?

Your existing PC estate is vast, complex and interlinked. Regardless of how amazing you are as an administrator, it contains many unknowns and &#rsquo;gotchas&#rdquo; that have been burned into the images and control scripts by countless admins before you.

VMware can help. We have a sophisticated portfolio of tools that can help you break your problem into discrete, manageable tasks.

  • We have VMware User Environment Manager, which can decouple the PC from its user data, bloated profiles and help you tackle your unmaintainable logon scripts.
  • We have VMware App Volumes, which ring fences your applications, including the user-installed ones, and packages them for dynamic delivery to whole groups of people in a single click.
  • We have VMware Horizon 7, which can deliver the entire Windows experience dynamically to any device of your users&#rsquo; choosing.
  • We have VMware AirWatch, which is probably the most scalable and flexible way anyone can manage remote devices—be they phones, laptops or whatever.
  • And finally, we have VMware Workspace ONE, a single solution that brings all these tools together in one framework to help you realize your future Windows designs.

So how exactly do you complete the one-time operation of moving what you physically have, to what you want—virtual or otherwise? The answer is VMware Mirage.

Migrating to Windows 10 with Mirage

Mirage streamlines the two most common migration approaches: 1) upgrading an existing Windows device, in place, to Windows 10 or 2) migrating a user&#rsquo;s profile and files in a hardware-refresh process from their previous device to a new one.

When performing an in-place upgrade, you can deploy a Windows 10 base layer (with Win10-compatible apps already built in) to a collection of users. That base layer will upgrade the local operating system (OS) to Windows 10, but it will not delete or overwrite the users&#rsquo; personal files or profile. This approach greatly reduces the time you have to spend getting users back up and running, and it greatly reduces downtime.

When leveraging a hardware refresh cycle, you can seamlessly migrate all the users&#rsquo; personal files and profile from the old devices over to the new Windows 10 devices.

In addition, Mirage takes a full snapshot of the original Windows system before the migration begins. Should a failure occur on any endpoint during the migration, the user can be quickly restored to their previous system, without downtime or fire drills.

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Read more about how renting Mirage for six months can fast track your Windows 10 adoption.

Try It

VMware offers an extensive library of online tools so you can experience our products without installing the software. Try the Windows 10 Mirage Migration Hands-on Lab #1753 today.

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VMware AirWatch 101: Windows 10 Custom Settings Profile

Did you opt out of an AirWatch Console upgrade, but wish you had access to its profile settings? Do you want Windows Insider devices to take advantage of pre-released CSPs? If so, then say hello to my little friend: the VMware AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management Windows 10custom settings profile.

Windows 10 Custom Profile Solution Overview

Use the custom settings profile to deliver the newest functionality to managed devices. Configuring the profile is easy. First, navigate to the appropriate platform&#rsquo;s profile settings in the AirWatch Console. Then, select the custom settings payload, and upload SyncML (XML) code into the textbox. Finally, save and publish the profile, delivering the settings to devices.

To configure a custom settings profile, you need the correct chunk of SyncML code. There are many ways to get SyncML. Before you get started, review the methods and select the one that works best for you.

Method 1: Copy SyncML Samples

  • Best For: Anyone who doesn&#rsquo;t want to reinvent the wheel
  • Level of Effort: 1/10
  • Value: Foolproof results, Validated samples
  • Caveats: Some samples only apply to certain devices or specific editions. Limited number of samples

Method 2: Copy the SyncML of a Newer AirWatch Console&#rsquo;s Profile

  • Best For: Anyone who opted out of a console upgrade that still wants the latest profile settings.
  • Level of Effort: 4/10
  • Value: Use the newest settings, Skip the production environment upgrade
  • Caveats: Limited to the AirWatch Console&#rsquo;s supported feature set

 

Method 3: Create SyncML from Scratch

  • Best For: Anyone who wants to use pre-released CSPs for Windows Insider devices.
  • Level of Effort: 7/10
  • Value: Deliver pre-released CSPs to Windows Insider devices.
  • Caveats: Limited to Windows Insider devices.

Formatting 101: Create a Complete Block of SyncML

A complete block of SyncML code consists of the following attributes:

  • Runs from<[characteristic]>to<[characteristic]>
  • Uses Add, Delete, Replace, or Exec as a characteristic
  • Does not contain text before or after the characteristcs.
  • May or may not remove all whitespace and linearize the code block to condense its size.
For Example:

2 ./Device/Vendor/MSFT/AssignedAccess/KioskModeApp chr {"Account":"standard","AUMID":"AirWatchLLC.AirWatchBrowser_htcwkw4rx2gx4!App"}

Update or Delete Settings

Manually applytags to updateor delete settings using aWindows 10 custom settings profile.

  • To update settings use the replace tag: to
  • To remove settings use the delete tag: to
For Example: Remove Kiosk Assigned Access Setting

2 ./Device/Vendor/MSFT/AssignedAccess/KioskModeApp

Configure a Windows 10 Custom Settings Profile

1. Copy or create a complete block of SyncML code.

Copy SyncML Samples

  1. Go to VMware Code Sample Exchange
  2. Find the correct sample
  3. Copy the text

Copy the Profile Settings from the Latest AirWatch Console

  1. Log into a version of the AirWatch Console that supports the desired profile functionality.
  2. Configure and Save this payload to create a profile.
  3. Find the new profile in the list view.a. Click its radio buttonb. Click the XML optionc. Copy the SyncML that appears
  4. Paste the SyncML into a text editor, and edit it.a. Remove lines of text so that all the code falls between the tags:<[ Add, Delete, Replace, or Exec ]> to <[ Add, Delete, Replace, or Exec ]>b. Optionally, remove the whitespace, and linearize the SyncML.
  5. Copy the formatted code.

Create New SyncML

  1. Go to the Configuration Service Provider(CSP) Reference
  2. Access the newest Windows Insider features
  3. Follow the site’s available guidelines to create the code sample
  4. Copy the text

2. Navigate to Devices > Profiles > List View > Add > Add Profile > Windows > Windows Desktop.

3. Refer to the LocURI to determine the profile&#rsquo;s context.

  • User Profile - Select if the LocURI begins with ./User/.
  • Device Profile - Select if the LocURI begins with ./Device/.

4. Configure General settings to determine how the profile deploys and who receives it.

5. Select the Custom Settings payload.

6. Click Configure, and paste the complete block of SyncML code in the text box.

7. Select Save & Publish.

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VMware AirWatch 101: XML Preferences for macOS Custom Settings Profile

Um….yeah, if you could go ahead and create some macOS custom XML preferences…that’d be great. In the cult-classic film Office Space, Peter, the protagonist finds himself backed into a corner cubicle. Bill Lumbergh, his boss, and arch nemesis, confronts Peter for ignoring a company-wide memo and submittinga TPS report in the wrong format. The TPS-report-fiascotackles the mundane drudgery of corporate America with sardonic wit. However, when it comes to creating custom XML preferences, the FORMAT IS EVERYTHING.

Spoiler Alert:

Prepare yourself for a deep dive into the underbelly of macOS preferencesand theunrelenting use of &#rsquo;Office Space&#rdquo; movie references…

Did You Get the Memo - Custom XML Preferences

I&#rsquo;ll admit it, I spent an entire hour evening brainstorming ways to make this blog post funny. However, XML preferences areabout as exciting as cover-sheet memos and TPS reports. So, in keeping with the theme, I pulled a “Lumburgh” and formatted parts of this post as amemo.

If you could take a moment to read about macOS X custom XML preferences….THAT’D BE GREAT

Have You Seen My Custom XML?

I believe you have my stapler… or rather my Custom XML!

1. Discover the .plistfile, and the setting that defines the specific preference to manage, using one of the following methods:

Method One: Sort in Common Preferences Folder

  1. Open the common preferences folders in Finder
  2. Sort by Date Modified.
  3. Perform the change.
  4. The preference file modifies and sorts to the top of the list.

Apps typically name plist files with a reverse DNS name, such as com.apple.screensaver.plist, and storepreferences in one of these places:

  • ~/Library/Preferences
  • ~/Library/Preferences/ByHost
  • /Library/Preferences/

Method Two: Use a Search Engine

Use a search engine to hunt the following:

defaults write 

Again, Apps typically name plist files with a reverse DNS name, such as com.apple.screensaver.plist, and storepreferences in one of these places:

  • ~/Library/Preferences
  • ~/Library/Preferences/ByHost
  • /Library/Preferences/

2. In the Terminal app, validate the desired settings are in the plist by running:

defaults read

Note that you may not see a value for the setting if that setting is the default set by the app. In this case you may need to modify the setting in the Application or OS graphical interface in order to see the setting populated in the plist file.

3. Copy the preference plist file to thedownloads folder:

cp ~/Library/Preferences/.plist ~/Downloads

4. Convert the plist file from binary to XML in place:

plutil -convert xml1 ~/Downloads/.plist

5. View the converted plist file in a text editor and note (or generate) the values necessary to create the Custom XML payload:

    • PREFERENCE DOMAIN: The reverse-DNS-like name the app uses to find preferences (such as com.apple.applicationaccess).
    • UUID: A universally unique identifier (such as 0206B78C-8768-4FDD-BC25-4DA4AF668F3D). This can be generated on the fly on macOS by typing uuidgen in terminal.
    • DISPLAY NAME: A descriptive name for the Custom XML payload.
    • SETTING KEY: The name of the preference you wish to set/manage.
    • SETTING VALUE: The value you wish to set/manage for the particular preference.
    • TYPE: Describes the value type, such as integer (), string (), or Boolean (note: Boolean values simply use and as a combined type/value field).

6. Paste the specific attribute information into the Custom XML template.

PayloadTypePREFERENCE DOMAINPayloadVersion1PayloadIdentifierPREFERENCE DOMAIN.UUID PayloadEnabled <TYPE> PayloadUUID UUID PayloadDisplayName DISPLAY NAME SETTING KEY SETTING VALUE

7. Log into the AirWatch Console and configure a custom settings profile payload for macOS.

8. Paste the formatted code into the Custom XMLtext box in AirWatch.

Putting it all together – Example Custom XML Payload:

As an example, if I were attempting to restrict macOS devices from using Apple Watch to auto-unlock, I end up with a Custom XML template as such:

PayloadTypecom.apple.applicationaccessPayloadVersion1PayloadIdentifiercom.apple.applicationaccess.11e159b0-71f5-0134-6b2b-44b301c1afb3PayloadEnabledPayloadUUID11e159b0-71f5-0134-6b2b-44b301c1afb3PayloadDisplayNameRestrict Watch UnlockallowAutoUnlock

This template then gets pasted into theCustom Settings field in a macOS profile payload as shown below:

Custom Settings XML deploy preferences to macOS via Profile Payload

This isn’t so bad, huh?

You&#rsquo;ve got that one right, Peter! As shown above, VMware AirWatch can be extended to manage more than just what you see in the Console. By discovering property lists and preferences used to manage settings in macOS, administrators can craft a Custom Settings XML payload that can be deployed by VMware AirWatch.

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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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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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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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VMware User Environment Manager 9.2 Technical Deep Dive

We are excited about the newest release of VMware User Environment Manager - version 9.2. This release includes some great new features that enhance the product functionality and continue to offer administrators more flexibility in managing the user experience. We have put together a series of videos that will help you learn about User Environment Manager, get up to speed on the new features, and see demos of some of those features.

User Environment Manager 9.2 Technical Overview

Before you dive into the new features, this brief technical-overview video will introduce you to User Environment Manager, provide some details about how it works, and examine the architecture. If you are new to the product, or want a short refresher, this is a great place to begin.

User Environment Manager 9.2 – What&#rsquo;s New

Two videos explain the new features of User Environment Manager 9.2. The first video focuses on the privilege elevation feature and publisher-based rules for application blocking and privilege elevation.

The second video discusses the additional new features of automation with new environment variables, new config file templates for better personalization, and several additional topics.

Privilege Elevation

This video discusses and demonstrates the new privilege elevation feature of User Environment Manager 9.2. Privilege elevation is designed as a tool for IT administrators to mitigate risks in their privilege-management strategy. Applications that are already installed and require elevated privileges to run, as well as application installers, can have privileges elevated.

Publisher-Based Application Blocking and Privilege Elevation

User Environment Manager 9.2 added the ability to use a software publisher&#rsquo;s certificate to configure application blocking or privilege-elevation rules. This enables the IT administrator to allow all applications or elevate privileges for all applications from a software publisher. This video provides the details and a demo of how this works.

Scripting Variables

This video looks at and demonstrates the use of environment variables automatically created by User Environment Manager. These environment variables can be leveraged for automation scripting.

Summary

We hope you learn a lot from these videos covering new features in VMware User Environment Manager. User Environment Manager 9.2 is available for download today.

To comment on any of the videos, contact VMware End-User-Computing Technical Marketing ateuc_tech_content_.

 

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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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