Cameyo debuts Cloud Worker for easier enrollment of BYOD devices

Kevin Okemwa

Today, Cameyo, a Virtual App Delivery provider, has announced the launch of Cameyo for Cloud Workers globally. With this in place, it’s now easier for admins to issue new devices or even configure bring your own device (BYOD) remotely.

Many organizations are now transitioning to cloud-first devices like ChromeOS and embracing a BYOD model to cut costs while enhancing security. And now, with Cameyo’s Cloud Workers, it will be easier for admins to grant users access to whatever apps they need to work remotely on any device.

According to Andrew Miller, Cameyo’s CEO and Co-founder:

The virtual desktop model of the past adds significant complexity and cost, which often impedes the adoption of cloud-first devices or BYOD programs. What organizations need is to provide simple and seamless access to all of their apps – Windows, Linux, SaaS, and internal web apps – on any device. But they also need a modern pricing model that enables them to pay based on the number of individuals using apps at any given time.

Cameyo for Cloud Workers will not only let users sign-in with credentials provided by their admin on a cloud-first device or personal device but will also let them leverage an SSO of their choice. Additionally, users will be able to access all their apps instantly as Cameyo Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) without the intervention of an admin.

Next up, users will also have “ultra-secure” access to all the apps they need to remain productive at work, all while ensuring sensitive data remains protected and that the user is locked into the session. What’s more, users can leverage Cameyo for Cloud Workers’ concurrent pricing model and only make payments for the apps they need.

This announcement comes after Cameyo added support for Linux apps to their cloud desktops, thus making it easier for users to run apps that don’t rely on Windows Servers.

Cameyo for Cloud Workers’ concurrent pricing model is now available only in a self-hosted model. It’s worth noting that the service will be provided in both Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.

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