Archive for the ‘Video’ Category
Today Cisco has announced that the Cisco Jabber application, a all in one unified communication solution will be supported in VMware View desktop environments. Check this link for the announcement.
SAN JOSE, Calif., January 17, 2013 – As part of Cisco’s ongoing efforts to enable anytime, anywhere collaboration, Cisco today announced new software that extends the Cisco Jabber™ unified communications application to virtualized workspace environments. As part of a long-term software strategy for collaboration-enabling virtual desktops, this software, called the Virtualization Experience Media Engine (VXME), will be available initially on Cisco thin clients, followed by support for third-party devices, starting with Dell Wyse thin clients, and then Windows-based thin clients and Windows PCs.
To see the full article, please visit either the VMware EUC Blog, or the Cisco Newsroom.
Last year VMware released several training videos for VMware View and ThinApp. After a this successful series there are 3 new videos and 1 updated coming tomorrow, April 17th.
Learn more about troubleshooting View, get started with Persona Management and see what are the Best Practices for backup your VDI environment.
The VMware View Youtube Channel has been updated recently with 4 news videos. The videos are highlighting the some of the workflows when managing a virtual desktop environment.
A RT from @PCoIP_Guru brought this video to my attention which shows the RES Virtual Drive Extender in action on a VMware View PCoIP Session.
#RES VDX and VMware PCoIP expected June 2011. http://youtu.be/DDW9h9pw3D0
The tweet says that this should come in June 2011.
VDX from RES is a technology which enables you to use local installed applications in a VDI session. If you’re interested in the solution, please check: http://www.reverseseamless.com/
Wow! That’s a fast booting Windows desktop. Check it out.
Back in September 2009 VMware already demoed the Client Virtualization Platform (CVP) at VMworld in San Francisco. The CVP will extend the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure to mobile users, running their desktop operating systems directly on the virtualization layer without need for a host operating system like Windows. There is a new video which shows CVP running on a DELL laptop at the French VMware User Group.
But also check this official VMware CVP video at Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4hd_rBCGHo