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VMware Workspace Suite offers data, app accessDate: Sep 03, 2014
VMware Workspace Suite lets IT address mobile users' needs, but not all admins are open to doing so.
The new suite, launched at VMworld 2014, combines Horizon 6, AirWatch's Secure Content Locker and enterprise mobility management. With these three components, IT can provide desktop, data and app access to users on any device. The challenge will be getting reluctant admins on board with this new, more flexible way of doing things.
In this video report, VMware CTO Kit Colbert and other VMworld attendees discuss VMware Workspace Suite and other new end-user computing initiatives, including applications as a service and Project Meteor.