My organisation has been using App-V to package deployments to users machines in a Windows environment.
We're now evaluating Jumpbox as a replacement in this space.
The great thing about App-V was that the application could run on the remote server, but the user had the experience of running an application locally.
From what I can see, Jumpbox is a virtual-machine client (ie the virtual machine is running locally, and you have a second machine to log-in to, a similar user experience to using terminal server).
Perhaps I don't have this correct. My question is: What's the difference between Jumpbox and Microsoft App-V?