VMware has notched up a significant achievement in its quest to reduce its dependence on server virtualisation - by striking a partnership with Verizon Enterprise that gives its BYOD-ware Horizon Suite a better chance of finding its way into users' hands. VMware is mad for what it calls end-user computing, largely because growth …
A little too "cloudy"
This is all a little too "cloudy" and vague. Will this app retrieve these applications and run them on the phone? If so, will they be ARM, or are they accomodating Microsoft's inability to do anything serious except for x86 and running these under x86 emulation? Will this instead be a fancy remote desktop solution with the apps running on VMWare's systems? Or will the enterprise be expected to license stuff from VMWare to run on their own servers, and this mobile phone application is to help coordinate all that?
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