Samsung Galaxy S8 Can Access Windows Apps With DeX Dock, VMWare Software

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Can Access Windows Apps With DeX Dock, VMWare Software

Cloud services provider VMware on Thursday expanded partnership with Samsung to deliver a next generation unified mobile and desktop experience through Workspace ONE offering.

Integration between VMware Horizon and Samsung Desktop Experience (DeX) will enable end-users to dock a Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone and deliver to the device full Windows desktops and applications.

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"Our expanded partnership will further enable business end-users to remain productive by delivering a unified digital workspace experience that offers continuity whether they are using the mobile device from a desk connected to a monitor, keyboard and mouse, or in the palm of their hands using touch and gesture interactions - elevating the experience of mobile workers to the next level," Sumit Dhawan, Senior Vice President and General Manager, End-User Computing at VMware, said in a statement.

On-the-go access to Windows, mobile and cloud applications will be delivered from VMware Workspace ONE through a common digital workspace experience.

Samsung on Wednesday launched DeX which can turn Galaxy S8 smartphone into a PC.

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It would provide an Android-based, desktop-like experience that enables end-users to seamlessly access apps, edit documents, browse the web, watch videos, reply to messages and more, directly from the smartphone on a larger display, with the ability to use a keyboard and mouse.

Together with VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon, the new Samsung Galaxy 8 smartphone with Samsung DeX can deliver a common digital workspace experience when end-users access their Windows desktops and applications in the office, or Windows, mobile and cloud applications on-the-go.

In this week's episode of Orbital, we talk about whether the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ can be the smash hits Samsung needs. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or RSS, or just hit the play button below.

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