5 things to know about VMware Workspace ONE

The number five.

5 things to know about VMware Workspace ONE Duncan is an award-winning editor with more than 20 years experience in journalism. Having launched his tech journalism career as editor of Arabian Computer News in Dubai, he has since edited an array of tech and digital marketing publications, including Computer Business Review, TechWeekEurope, Figaro Digital, Digit and Marketing Gazette.

VMware Workspace ONE integrates unified endpoint management, application management and access control into a single platform. And, with integrated intelligence, it enables IT to deliver a digital workspace without sacrificing security and control.

If you’re new to VMware Workspace ONE, this article will get you up to speed on the top five things you should know.

1. Simplified administration structure

The fact that VMware Workspace ONE offers simplified administration is a huge advantage for businesses, and adds great value. It also takes pressure off employees and frees up their time for other work priorities, which is a huge benefit. One of the more popular features is the Kiosk Mode, which restricts employees or clients to using a single application. By offering only one application, organisations gain an extra layer of security control.

2. Single application catalogue for all apps

Simply downloading the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app on iOS or Android provides employees with a complete, self-service enterprise app catalogue that can be easily

customised and branded for your company. The Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app provides employees with native apps that can be installed.

3. Manage all devices with a single platform

Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is a single solution that manages all device types on all platforms in all use cases. It incorporates modern device management, application management, and security to give IT teams control over the highly diversified device deployments found in so many organisations today.

4. Comprehensive conditional access

Workspace ONE UEM integration with Microsoft allows customers to use Workspace ONE UEM device data, such as device compliance state in the Azure AD conditional access policies. The integration gives you the ability to set different conditional access policies for individual Office 365 applications.

5. Integrated data and analytics

By integrating Horizon data into Workspace ONE Intelligence, IT admins will be able to get visibility into mobile devices, physical and virtual desktops and applications in a single, centralised location. This end-to-end visibility will enable admins to streamline management and get a holistic view of user experience in their organisation.

Workspace ONE Intelligence ingests data from multiple sources, including Workspace ONE UEM, Workspace ONE Access, third-party systems and now from VMware Horizon as well. It analyses and correlates the data and delivers insights in the forms of reports, dashboards and scores.

With Horizon data, IT admins will get visibility over system health, resource consumption, metrics on Horizon pods, user sessions, capacity and more.

VMware is offering a free trial of Workspace ONE. To begin your free trial or to request a free consultation, visit: VMware | Try Workspace ONE.

Tags: ,

View Comments
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *