Employees demand the flexibility to access any application on any device from any location, but this can be a challenge for IT teams with siloed device management systems. With unified endpoint management, IT can securely manage all devices from a single pane of glass, ensuring employees always have what they need. Transitioning to modern management allows IT to spend less time managing devices and more time innovating.
This video highlights how IT can empower employees to work productively anywhere through unified endpoint management (UEM).
You were on a path to enable secure access from any device, anywhere and enable employees to be productive wherever they are. Now, it needs to happen next week. What are your options?
In this 45-minute webinar, Ivan Wintersteiger, WWT’s global practice manager for end-user computing, and Brian Madden, VMware’s lead field technologist for end-user computing, discuss the immediate options for the remote worker, and the long-term value of a unified endpoint management platform, like VMware’s Workspace ONE.
A recent survey asked 6,400 employees, IT and HR decision makers from 19 countries about the overall success of their organization and their current digital employee experience. One of the five key findings revealed that employees expect HR and IT to work together to deliver an improved digital employee experience.
In an interview conducted by VMware, two IT leaders highlight some of the benefits they’ve experienced in their journeys to Windows 10 modern management. While there are many reasons to follow their lead, here are the five most important things we think you should know if your organization is on the fence.
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