Why It’s Important
Cameyo’s inclusion within ChromeOS signals a significant shift towards more efficient and adaptable strategies in application delivery, aligning with the evolving needs and preferences of businesses.
In the past, enterprises used full-scale, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions to provide access to applications. However, this development draws attention to the concept of application virtualisation as a viable alternative to resource-intensive virtual desktops, and therefore streamlined their access, reduced overhead costs, and improved resource allocation.
Cameyo on ChromeOS offers additional, built-in options to deploy legacy and Windows-centric applications with the Chrome ecosystem, which is significant as many enterprises rely on such applications. This development aligns with the trend toward Cloud-first computing, allowing organisations to modernise their tech stacks while maintaining access to essential legacy tools.
- Enterprise architects
- Digital workspace teams
- When revisiting your organisation’s VDI take time to consider options for VDA service. Legacy applications tied to Windows are being replaced with web-native solutions over time. As a result, there are fewer applications that require a full Windows desktop. As a result, VAD looks increasingly to be a viable and less costly option.