Today it is very important for companies to keep up with the changes and choose the best software to meet their needs. Recently, Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware caused a lot of uproar, especially among VMware partners. The concern stems from Broadcom’s decision to sell VMware’s End-User Computing (EUC) division and end partnerships with companies that earn less than €500,000 per year from VMware products. These moves have caused particular concern. Given these changes, it is important for VMware partners to start thinking about other options.

This is where Parallels steps in, offering Parallels RAS, an alternative with many advantages:

Flexibility: Enables deployment in multiple environments, including hybrid, on-premises and cloud configurations.
User Experience: Parallels RAS provides users with the flexibility to work from any remote location using their preferred devices.
Simplicity: Offers a simple digital workspace with easy setup and management.
Enhanced security: High-level security and compliance are built into the product.
Total Cost of Ownership: Parallels aims to reduce costs with a comprehensive solution that includes support, training and simple licensing.

In short, Parallels provides a complete solution that includes support and support, including support and licensing. Overall, Parallels RAS presents itself as a strong alternative for those who have been alarmed by recent VMware Horizon developments, promising a more flexible, user-friendly and cost-effective solution for its customers.