Cameyo is an industry leader in the development and deployment of virtual app delivery systems across a wide variety of platforms. The goal behind the company’s core products is to bring virtualized Windows applications to any device or operating system without the need for a fully virtualized Windows desktop. This means that system administrators can push mission-critical legacy applications to users’ devices regardless of the OS and the applications will look and feel much more native than many other virtualized software services.
Earlier this year, Cameyo teamed up with Google to bring the company’s Virtual App Delivery (VAD) platform to ChromeOS and the ever-growing number of Chromebooks and Chrome devices in the enterprise sector. Since that time, the Cameyo for ChromeOS platform has continued to evolve and improve on the VAD experience. Just recently, Cameyo added the ability for virtualized applications to be delivered as PWAs (progressive web apps). This further blurs the lines between ChromeOS and virtualized Windows apps by creating a more-native app experience.
This week, Cameyo has further enhanced the integration between the VAD platform and ChromeOS. Virtualized Windows applications delivered to Chromebooks via Cameyo now have access to the ChromeOS native file system. This gives users the flexibility to open, save, and edit files saved locally on their devices. Here’s a quick look at how the process works.
This level of integration shows Cameyo’s commitment to delivering a seamless experience for Windows apps on Chromebooks, and removes a potential barrier for IT teams that have been considering ChromeOS but were concerned about enabling Windows apps.Mark Bowker, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG)
While virtualized applications may not be the most desired path to productivity, it’s a necessity for many companies. Cameyo has done an excellent job delivering a viable solution to the need and it appears that the company is fully committed to making the VAD on ChromeOS experience the best it can be. This will make virtualized Windows applications on ChromeOS nearly indiscernible from native apps and PWAs. You can learn more about Cameyo and VAD on ChromeOS and sign up for a free trial at the link below.
Cameyo is Chrome Enterprise Recommended
Cameyo is one of just three virtualization solutions globally that Google has certified as Chrome Enterprise Recommended. Chrome Enterprise Recommended is Google’s partner program for third-party solutions that are validated to meet technical and support standards for ChromeOS. To become a Chrome Enterprise Recommended solution, Cameyo worked extensively with Google to extend its solution’s functionality, quality, security, and end-user experience. This helps organizations simplify the change management process and shorten the testing cycle for cloud technologies by selecting a solution that’s already been verified by Google.