We're very excited to announce the release of Dell vWorkspace 8.0, the first release of vWorkspace in being a part of Dell!
The major new functionality in Dell vWorkspace 8.0 is a great testament to this!
- What kind of device is being used? For example it might be good to know if it is an iPhone or a Windows PC.
- What is the network quality like? We show you the current and past network statistics so you can understand if they are a factor.
- What version of the vWorkspace Connector is connected? Maybe a really old version is being used - important to know.
- Is EOP being used? We show you exactly which EOP features are in use.
- How is vWorkspace used? It is important to know whether a student is on campus or not or perhaps whether the user is in the office or working from home.
- Multi-Tenancy: The new Multi-Tenancy capability in vWorkspace 8.0 drives down the cost of desktop virtualization by reducing the infrastructure and administrative efforts needed to support complex vWorkspace deployments that span multiple domains, as commonly seen in DaaS customers.
- Anonymous User Support: Customers can assign vWorkspace resources anonymously, removing the need for authentication before a user can use a vWorkspace resource, for example a Managed Application. This feature is very convenient in environments where shared workstations or kiosk deployments are common; such as in healthcare or education.
- Quest Password Manager Integration: An option to use Quest Password Manager has been added to vWorkspace Web Access and the vWorkspace Windows Connector to allow customers to use the rich feature set of Quest Password Manager for their password management requirements.
- EOP Flash Acceleration Improvements: EOP Flash Acceleration automatically adapts for the best possible user experience based on the network characteristics, working together with RemoteFX (RDP8). In addition, EOP Flash Acceleration is faster and supports even more sites out of the box.
- Additional RD Session Host Logon Security: Dell vWorkspace 8.0 allows customers to add an extra layer of security because access to a RD Session Host is only allowed if a user is successfully authenticated by the vWorkspace Connection Broker.