In June, Google revealed that it was partnering with Parallels to deliver legacy software assist to Chrome OS for Enterprise, and there was a number of hypothesis about how that may be pulled off. Now we all know: Parallels is porting its Desktop virtualization resolution to Chrome OS for Enterprise in order that customers can run Home windows apps regionally on Chromebooks.
The product shall be known as Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise.
â€śParallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise will make it easy for IT directors to provision Chromebooks with Home windows digital machines and the required full-featured Home windows purposes workers must run,â€ť Parallels senior vice chairman Nick Dobrovolsiky said in a ready assertion. â€śIT admins will have the ability to simply handle acquainted automated company Home windows picture deployments they put together, provision, and routinely present to their workers. These digital machines are totally succesful Home windows installations; admins can set up purposes, handle them remotely, and assist customers with acquainted instrumentsâ€”similar to they do with bodily Home windows PCs.â€ť
Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise shall be launched â€ślater this yr,â€ť Parallels says, and it seems that itâ€™s going to work equally to the agencyâ€™s Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Parallels additionally factors out that Parallels Distant Utility Server (Parallels RAS) and Parallels Entry options work throughout Chromebook, Android, iOS, PC, and Mac, and supply distant entry to full Home windows desktop environments and purposes.
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