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Google acquires Cameyo to enhance ChromeOS virtualization capabilities

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Google has announced the acquisition of Cameyo, a software virtualization company it partnered with in 2023 to make Windows applications accessible on ChromeOS. Google aims to leverage Cameyo’s expertise to further streamline the experience of virtualized applications for its users.

Cameyo’s Virtual application delivery (VAD) technology, now integrated into ChromeOS, caters to businesses transitioning away from Windows or incorporating ChromeOS devices into their operations. This integration allows virtualized Windows apps to run on ChromeOS, giving the impression they are native ChromeOS applications, functioning alongside Chrome and other web apps without exposing a full Windows environment.

Businesses have traditionally relied on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to access legacy applications without installing them directly on devices. However, VDI solutions often come with challenges such as specialized skill requirements, latency issues, and complex security and management. VAD emerges as a superior solution, simplifying the delivery of legacy applications to any device without needing a full desktop environment. It enhances application management, allowing IT teams to keep software up-to-date and secure while improving the end-user experience by enabling seamless access to both web-based and legacy apps.

What does Cameya’s acquisition mean for ChromeOS users?

For ChromeOS users, the acquisition means enhanced access to critical legacy applications without the need for complex installations or updates. IT teams benefit from improved control over application management, reducing security risks and optimizing resource use.

The integration of Cameyo’s technology with ChromeOS provides several advantages for businesses adopting web-based technology:

  • Simplified Application Deployment: Virtualized applications can be easily deployed and accessed across the organization, regardless of device or location.
  • Enhanced Security: The combination of ChromeOS and Cameyo’s zero trust security measures ensures robust protection of data and systems from vulnerabilities.
  • Improved Productivity: Employees can quickly access the necessary applications as progressive web apps (PWA) directly from the ChromeOS shelf, eliminating compatibility issues and performance lags.
  • Reduced IT Costs: Streamlined application management and support processes, along with reduced infrastructure requirements, result in significant cost savings over time.

Google’s acquisition of Cameyo highlights its commitment to providing a more efficient and secure virtualization experience for ChromeOS users, supporting the broader adoption of web-based technologies in the business environment.

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