Android tablets now have an awesome view, VMware View
Tedd Fox of VMware demonstrates VMware View Client for Android. Available on the Android Market and Cisco AppHQ, the VMware free Android client enables you to access your virtual Windows desktops, applications and data from anywhere. Addition information can be found on the VMware End-User Computing blog at: this link and the bits are available for download at this link.
Ericom has released their Ericom AccessNow for VMware View version 1.0 of this first-of-a-kind product. Ericom's pure HTML5 Access to View Virtual Desktops - from any HTML5-compatible web browser including from Chromebooks. Enable users to quickly and easily connect to VMware View desktops directly from within any HTML5-compatible web browser, without requiring Flash, Java or any other software to be installed on the client.
HTML5 technology represents a new frontier in interactive browser-based applications and user experience. Ericom AccessNow for VMware View capitalizes on the advanced features of HTML5 to provide secure, high-performance, web-based access to virtual desktops.
Ericom's high performance HTML5 client is the first VDI solution to provide native support for Chromebooks, Safari, IE - virtually any browser using WebSockets and http protocols. With AccessNow for VMware View, Educational, government, healthcare, financial and other organizations can now empower users with secure, browser-based access to their virtual desktops – running wholly within an HTML5-compatible browser!
Instant access to VMware View virtual desktops possible from any web browser supporting HTML5 - no software installation required on the end-user device. HTML5 technology enables development of rich, highly interactive browser-based applications. Ericom has developed a fully functional, high-performance HTML5 client that enables seamless access to VMware View virtual desktops. Running wholly within the browser, the client runs on devices with an HTML5 compatible browser and requires no additional software installation on the end-user device.