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Here’s What They’re Saying About VMware Workspace ONE

  • Angela Leaf By

Yesterday at VMworld 2017, we unveiled new innovations that make VMware Workspace ONE the industry’s first digital workspace solution to unify end-user experience, management and security for all endpoint platforms. If you missed it, you can check out a blog post from Sumit Dhawan, general manager of VMware End-User Computing, or watch his Facebook Live interview that recaps the news.


Industry press and analysts have taken notice and are impressed by what they’ve seen and heard at VMworld. Check out some of the headlines and commentary below.

“VMware Updates Workspace ONE for ‘Consumer Simple, Enterprise Secure’ Results”

“…with this version [of Workspace ONE] an individual worker’s secure workspace can be accessed from anywhere, via any device and any operating system, according to Jeff McGrath, senior director of product marketing at VMware. Workspace ONE transforms the end user experience and security across all mobile, Windows 10, macOS and Chrome OS endpoints, delivering unified endpoint management.”
—Virginia Backaitis, CMSWire

“VMware Workspace ONE Updates Boost Intelligence, App Delivery, Endpoint Management”

“VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence is the final piece in the puzzle. This update brings data-driven insights to the customer in order to improve their overall visibility into their digital workspace environments and help them gain a better understanding of their users and their tools.”
—Conner Forrest, TechRepublic

“VMware Workspace One Intelligence Automates IT Decision-Making”

“The intelligence capabilities also serve to unify the disparate components of Workspace One: desktop and application virtualization, enterprise mobility management, desktop management, file sharing and identity management. Workspace suites have faced criticism for not integrating these technologies more tightly. By synthesizing data from all those products, Workspace One takes a valuable step in that direction for IT professionals.”
—Colin Steele, TechTarget

“VMware Fortifies Workspace ONE with Unified Controls”

“An important aspect of Workspace ONE is that, through virtualization, it can give legacy apps extended life in order for them to keep pace with the mobile workforce. For example, employees can now be up and running in a few minutes using all their familiar apps with out-of-the-box enrollment and self-service applications. This new approach eliminates the complex, expensive and error-prone virtual desktop management model, and security is strengthened with the ability to quarantine and update any device in real time using the cloud.”
—Chris Preimesberger, eWeek

“VMware Broadens Endpoint Management Support with Workspace ONE Enhancements”

“Workspace ONE is also getting a boost through integration with VMware’s Horizon and Dell EMC’s VDI Complete desktop and application virtualization products. The combination provides a single point of management for both physical devices and virtual desktops delivered form the cloud. VMware also said Horizon is also now available on a limited beta test basis on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, fulfilling a commitment the company had announced in May.”
–Paul Gillin, SiliconANGLE

“VMware Delivers Unified End User Experience, Management and Security Solution for All Endpoint Platforms”

“As employees embrace cloud and mobile technologies to perform work throughout the day using a growing variety of endpoints and platforms, IT is being stretched, said Sumit Dhawan, senior vice president and general manager, End-User Computing, VMware. By partnering with major endpoint platform providers, VMware can deliver a unified solution that gives businesses the agility and security that is critical to digital transformation initiatives.”
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“VMware Workspace ONE Comes to HP Device as a Service Platform”

“The DaaS model seems to complement Workspace ONE, which integrates access control, application management and multi-platform endpoint management, and is licensed on a per user basis. Powered by VMware AirWatch Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) technology, Workspace ONE can help IT deploy security patches and OS updates faster and install software more reliably, VMware said.”
—Nicole Henderson, Windows IT Pro

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Angela Leaf

Angela Leaf

Angela Leaf is public relations manager for VMware End-User Computing (EUC).

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