In an earlier post, I answered the common question, "Is Unidesk an App-V Competitor for Application Packaging?" The quick summary is that App-V is ideal for apps that need to be isolated from the rest of the Windows workspace, whereas Unidesk is best for managing the majority of apps where packaging simplicity, broad app compatibility, the same app interoperability as a local install, and the fastest possible app delivery are needed.
But do you need to replace your entire App-V deployment and lose all the invested time, effort, and expense in App-V sequencing to use Unidesk? Not at all.
In this post, I’ll explain how Unidesk and App-V can be used to create a joint solution.App-V | Read this post >
Unidesk has been considered an App-V alternative in VDI environments since we first came to market. Now, with our new award-winning support for Citrix XenApp, where App-V is often used to virtualize apps on published desktop and application servers, we’re getting asked more frequently if Unidesk is an App-V competitor. The answer is "it depends."Application Virtualization, Layering, App-V | Read this post >