VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) launched an updated Horizon product line on Tuesday. The biggest highlight of this update was Workspace One. As per the reports, VMware has designed this end-user application in such a way that it can address hybridity and enhance user experience.
The senior management team of the company is delighted to announce this update and hopes that it will increase overall system efficiency in the future. According to Sumit Dhawan, General Manager – End User Computing, VMware, the primary objective of the company is to create a tool that isn’t siloed by virtual desktops, enterprise mobility management, mobile device management, content management, etc.
There is an enormous gap between enterprise security & policies and the simplicity of consumer apps. In Dhawan’s opinion, Workspace One can easily get rid of this loophole and create an engaging and errorless ecosystem. Some of the features of the Workspace One are – choice of device, self-service access, automation and conditional access. Along with these characteristics, Workspace One is also equipped with a number of productivity tools that can transform the everyday experience of users.
VMware doesn’t want to leave any stone unturned when it comes to transforming the user experience; therefore, it has also included dynamic virtual private network by integrating its analytics and NSX software-defined networking platform. If everything goes as per plans, VMware will successfully setup an app catalogue that can easily mix and match tools on any given device.
Going forward, VMware will continue to work towards updating Horizon Air and Horizon 7, so that it can add a hybrid mode to it. Upon successful addition to hybrid mode, Horizon 7 can offer app and desktop delivery from private cloud database.
There are many more updates that VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) is planning to launch in the coming months to enhance the overall service quality and user experience. It will keep updating all the stakeholders from time to time about these updates.