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Securely Accessing Virtual Apps with Cameyo and Chrome Enterprise

May 12, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

As organizations shift to remote work, VDI, DaaS, and VPNs are straining to keep up, especially when using newer technologies like Chromebooks. Chrome Enterprise has long partnered with Cameyo to make it simple and secure to provide your people with access to the critical legacy Windows applications that they need to stay productive – even if those apps haven’t been web-enabled - directly from...

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Filed Under: Chromebooks, Google Cloud Platform, Remote Work

Enabling 500 Remote Workers in Just 3 Hours

March 17, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

First off - I hope that you, your friends & family, and your colleagues are all staying safe and healthy during this COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve been writing a lot over the past week about ways to help you keep your people safe by enabling remote work during these trying times, and if you have any additional questions or need more information on anything we’ve been sharing, please email us at ...

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Filed Under: Google Cloud Platform, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Citrix, GCP, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work

Improving the Education Experience While Optimizing Infrastructure and Reducing Cost

February 11, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

The following is a transcript of our recent webinar on how to improve the education experience while optimizing infrastructure and reducing cost, featuring a great panel including Google for Education, Homer Central School District, and Cameyo. 

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Filed Under: Legacy Applications, legacy application, Education, Chromebooks, Google Cloud Platform, Digital Transformation, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Webinar, GCP, Virtual Application Delivery

Royal Technologies Goes "All-in" on Chrome OS

March 17, 2019
By Cameyo

The following is a case study Google published on the Google Cloud Blog. Click here to see the actual post.

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Filed Under: Legacy Applications, Technology, Application Virtualization, Cloud Migration, Chromebooks, Google Cloud Platform