AppsAnywhere integrates with a range of different technologies for facilitating the delivery of apps and services to end users. We refer to each of these integrations as a "Connector" that connects AppsAnywhere to the delivery technology. This section of the documentation covers all the different connectors that are available and how they are used.
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On its own, AppsAnywhere is capable of providing users access to simple resources through a set of built-in delivery methods such as external websites, digital downloads, locally installed apps etc etc. Full details of the delivery methods that are available by default can be found in the Adding delivery methods section of this documentation. The real power of AppsAnywhere however comes when it is linked to more advanced delivery technologies that enable apps to be provisioned to users in more effective ways and in a more diverse range of environments.
This part of the documentation goes into detail about each of our connectors, how they work, how to set them up and some best practice around how and when they can be used.
The following connectors are currently available for AppsAnywhere:
Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS)
Parallels RAS allows users to access and use applications and data from any device & OS, from anywhere. Through the integration with AppsAnywhere, users can launch remotely hosted apps and desktops with ease.
VMware Horizon is used to provide end users access to all of their virtual desktops, applications, and online services through a single digital workspace and the integration with AppsAnywhere means everything is available alongside all of your other resources.
Numecent Cloudpaging is one of the industry's leading application virtualization solutions for Windows devices. The AppsAnywhere integration means that users have access to on-demand apps whereever they are.