The Any App, Any User, Any Device tagline is total BS when the employees have to deal with so many MSFT dependencies, InfoSec roadblocks, and tools that just don't work. This company has no business telling others how to deliver apps and infrastructure, much less taking their money.
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This was referring to the internal VMW employee experience. Not the EUC portfolio, though there have been a number of growing pains experienced by EUC customers over the years, but that is not what the post was about. The ability for a VMW employee to access the resources to do their job has gotten more and more difficult over the years for the reasons stated in the original post.
What’s this based upon? Having worked there happily for many years I have observed VMware’s continual growth of their EUC portfolio. Yes they have made some wrong turns over the years, but they continue to move forward. Every vendor in the planet is going to come up against Microsoft and they need to learn to work with them not against them we’re doing that at VMWare and are able to deliver old and new applications to any device over any network. 🤷♂️