Your EO.workspace experience is improving as we work on performance optimization and release new features. Here’s an account of key improvements you’ll find in the latest 6.2 version.
Right to Forget
EO.workspace allows administrative users to anonymize or even delete the personal data of a given user (or group of users) from all the solution’s components. The anonymization of deletion of data can be done manually, for example, if an individual requests for their personal data to be erased, or it can be configured so that any data older than a certain number of days is always anonymized or deleted.
ChromeOS Client (Tech Preview)
Allow your users to access your business applications from any ChromeOS device (ChromeBoxes, ChromeBooks, etc.). The ChromeOS client is fully compatible with all other clients, allowing for the users to migrate sessions established elsewhere to the ChromeOS client (and vice-versa), without the need to restart your business applications. The ChromeOS client support many features provided by the other clients (such as advanced authentication, clipboard integration, smartcard access, audio support, etc.).
Certain legacy applications require specific permissions to interact with user devices in remote environments, that are only afforded by using older virtualization technology. Although Legacy VDI can be easily integrated and utilized in an EOW infrastructure, it is recommended to only make it available for a small subset of users. Besides the impact in performance, the usage of VDI entails additional infrastructure and licensing costs.