corporate VM (corporate virtual machine)

A corporate VM (corporate virtual machine) is a virtual computing environment (VM) that is allocated to an end user for business use.

A corporate VM (corporate virtual machine) is a virtual computing environment (VM) that is allocated to an end user for business use. 

An administrator can create a corporate VM that provides access to network resources and enforces corporate computing policies. The corporate VM can be deployed on personally owned devices to grant users the access they desire while protecting corporate data. 

This was first published in January 2012

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