The sudden shift to remote work caught many companies unprepared, forcing rapid implementation of ad-hoc solutions to meet end users' immediate needs. While this was necessary to maintain business continuity, companies now face myriad personal and company-issued endpoint devices and applications with no consistent end-user experience and no way to efficiently and securely manage them.
It's critical for companies to begin optimizing their endpoint environment as remote work becomes the new standard. The first step is developing an intentional plan that supports efficient endpoint management, end-user productivity, strengthened security, and long-term company growth. WWT recommends VMware Workspace ONE, a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution, for achieving this future vision.
As VMware's top partner and a strategic advisor for transforming the digital workspace, our experts have perfected an employee-centered approach for seamlessly implementing and optimizing Workspace ONE. Leveraging our Advanced Technology Center (ATC), our experts can provide hands-on demonstrations and proofs of concept to ensure Workspace ONE is the right fit for your organization.
This video highlights how WWT can help organizations not only determine what solutions make most sense now, but how they can align with a long-term vision for employee productivity and business continuity.
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 on-demand 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.
As organizations rapidly enabled remote work for employees, it became clear that work is not a place; it's a thing you do. In this article, WWT's Shad Williams discusses how VMware Workspace ONE can help employers maintain business continuity and keep employees productive wherever they are with no office required.
We've outlined four solutions to enable end-user productivity — whether it's a home worker, home agent, healthcare worker or student — from wherever they're working.
The medical insurance company needed a solution to replace its legacy enterprise mobility management (EMM) software, improve its virtual desktop platform, ensure compliance with HIPAA Mobile Device Policy, and enhance overall ease of system access by employees. After leveraging WWT's Advanced Technology Center (ATC), the organization chose to deploy VMware Workspace ONE for its 1,500 users due to its ability to provide improved security, device compliance and control, and end-user experience.
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