In letzter Zeit stellen Kunden immer häufiger die Frage, wie AirWatch Office 365 unterstützt. Viele fragen, ob AirWatch den Zugang zu Office 365 (O365) nicht nur auf ihren geschäftlichen Desktop-Systemen, sondern auch auf ihren Mobilgeräten steuern kann.
Erfreulicherweise bietet AirWatch® by VMware® Organisationen enorme Unterstützung bei der Nutzung von O365 auf ihren Mobilgeräten. Unsere jüngste Integration mit VMware® Identity Manager bietet ein branchenerstes adaptives Zugriffskontroll-Framework, um zu gewährleisten, dass alle geschäftlichen Apps, einschließlich O365, nur auf konformen Geräten aufgerufen und verwaltet werden.
Il y a moins d’un an, les prévisions des analystes avaient laissé
croire aux fervents défenseurs de la mobilité qu’une catastrophe
allait toucher de plein fouet le secteur de la gestion des terminaux
mobiles. Lors d’un événement réservé aux analystes qui s’est tenu en 2013, un panel de spécialistes indiquait que l’utilisation des terminaux personnels allait aboutir à une réduction des prix et
faire chuter les ventes. Ils annonçaient la mort de cette industrie.
« La gestion des terminaux mobiles est actuellement totalement
chaotique et je pense que ce marché est en train de mourir, »
déclarait l’analyste Gartner John Girard (CRN.com). John Girard
avait prédit une nouvelle orientation dans la gestion de terminaux personnels qui consiste à gérer uniquement les applications pour répondre à la résistance que montraient les employés devant la gestion par l’entreprise de leurs terminaux personnels.
Nemmeno un anno fa, le previsioni degli analisti inducevano gli
entusiasti della mobility a ritenere che il destino del settore del
Mobile Device Management (MDM) fosse ormai segnato. In occasione di una convention di analisti svoltasi nel 2013, un gruppo di esperti aveva espresso la convinzione che il fenomeno del BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) avrebbe portato a una forte riduzione dei prezzi, a un crollo delle vendite e alla fine di un intero settore. Così si rivolgeva l'analista di Gartner John Girard alla platea dei partecipanti (fonte: CRN.com): "Il mercato del Mobile Device Management è in pieno marasma e a mio parere ha i giorni contati". Girard prevedeva che il trend del BYOD e la refrattarietà dei dipendenti alla gestione dei dispositivi personali avrebbero reso necessaria la transizione verso un modello di gestione a livello di applicazione.
Es ist noch nicht einmal ein Jahr her, dass analytische Prognosen
für den Bereich Mobile Device Management (MDM) nichts Gutes
verhießen. Auf einer Veranstaltung im Jahr 2013 verkündete ein
Ausschuss von Analysten, dass das BYOD-Phänomen (Bring Your Own Device) zu stark herabgesetzten Preisen führen würde, was wiederum Umsatzeinbußen und schlussendlich den Untergang der gesamten Branche zur Folge haben könnte.
"Die Mobile Device Management-Branche befindet sich in einem chaotischen Zustand und ich denke, dieser Markt wird untergehen“, teilte Gartner-Analyst John Girard (laut Bericht von CRN.com) dem Publikum mit. Girard prognostizierte einen Trend zum Management auf Anwendungsebene, verursacht durch das BYOD-Phänomen und die ablehnende Haltung von Mitarbeitern gegenüber dem Management ihrer persönlichen Geräte.
In this paper, we discuss why a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach to workforce mobility can be a compromise-free approach, and then how the combined capabilities of Samsung KNOX and Enterprise Mobility Management from AirWatch by VMware turn this compromise-free approach into reality.
A Google Trends search for “BYOD” reveals it is a fairly new term, appearing in news publications for the first time in late 2011. BYOD is one part of a much larger, deeper-rooted trend: The consumerization of IT, which can be traced back to the early 2000s. Around that time, most everyone had a personal computer, which enabled them to work from home after hours – and to realize the benefits of using the devices that they had carefully chosen and were comfortable using, rather than the corporate devices their IT departments had issued them.
BYOD and the consumerization of IT continued to grow as devices became cheaper and more connected. Where IT leaders were once solely concerned with reining in all the unapproved devices accessing the corporate network, a recent Intel and readwrite report that shows 49 percent of U.S. IT managers “strongly agree that BYOD improves worker productivity.” The next era of BYOD has arrived, and IT departments are thinking about it as a strategic value-ad
Organizations that invest in proprietary applications and data for competitive advantage in their industries only succeed by making those investments available to employees, customers, and partners that drive revenue and opportunity. Securing those investments requires a fresh perspective as the types of devices accessing the cloud datacenter are changing rapidly and new workloads, such as VDI desktops, are appearing more regularly alongside server workloads. These changes alter the potential attacks and potential threats to datacenters whose security primarily stands firm at the perimeter, however, within the data center the security is weak.
In Forrester’s 25-criteria evaluation of enterprise mobile management (EMM) vendors, we identified the 11 most significant EMM providers — AirWatch by VMware, BlackBerry, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM, Landesk, Microsoft, MobileIron, SAP, Sophos, and Soti — and analyzed their offerings. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals select the right partner for their enterprise mobile management.
Innovation in business mobility is adding up to opportunity for the enterprise— opportunity to accelerate employee productivity, increase collaboration, and streamline business processes through mobile applications. At the same time, IT organizations are keen to control costs and maintain safeguards around their
corporate information. With the goal of striking a balance between opportunity and control, increasing numbers of IT decision makers are adopting enterprise mobility management (EMM) solutions.
But how do you know your organization is poised to make the move to EMM, or if you should be leveraging more from an existing EMM solution? Here are five cues to consider that the time is right to adopt EMM for your organization.
We work at home. We take conference calls in the backseat of a taxi. We even tap out emails from 30,000 feet. Mobility is radically redefining the way we work, because it’s redefining where and when we can work. It’s why Keith Perske, executive managing director of workplace innovation for Collier’s, thinks it’s time
to adopt a new description of the workplace: “Today’s workplace is an integrated set of locations, technology, programs and work practices that connect people and enable employees to contribute and be productive. That’s the new workplace definition.”
And with the emergence of this modern workplace, users are expecting a mobile experience that’s simple, convenient, and a boon to their productivity. In order to deliver on these expectations, IT organizations are making business mobility a
priority in their investment decisions. Which is why we’ve identified five potent mobility trends that warrant attention and also present opportunities to transform the enterprise
The mobile office is a reality in today’s world. According to the Philadelphia Business Journal, telecommuting has increased more than 73 percent since 2005, meaning a burgeoning number of employees are accessing corporate documents and data on their mobile devices. In a recent IDG Enterprise survey, 82 percent of respondents reported that at least some colleagues have completed tasks from mobile devices, whether those devices are managed or not.
This white paper illustrates several real-world implementations and day-to-day experiences that demonstrate how IT organizations are embracing a user-centric model for improved management benefits to achieve key performance and business results and stay competitive.
"Many organizations that could greatly gain from desktop and application virtualization have, until now, shied away from this technology due to the costs and complexities often associated with deployment—which is why selecting the right solution and the optimal underlying infrastructure is so critical.
This whitepaper will explain the challenges as well as the modern approaches that can make life easier, reduce costs, and ensure end-users are productive.
"VMware is changing how you think about desktop transformation with a brand new approach that uses cloud-based management, intelligent orchestration, and hyper-converged infrastructure to deliver and manage desktops and apps. VMware Horizon® Air™ Hybrid-mode unifies on-premises and cloud-based virtual workspace services into a single, cost-effective platform that's faster to install, easier to deploy, and effortless to scale.
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This vendor assessment explores VMware’s strengths, challenges and IDC MarketScape's methodology for naming VMware Horizon a leader for two consecutive years in client computing software and virtualization.
The corporate world has changed and physical desktop computer infrastructure no longer makes sense for many organizations. Physical desktops are expensive, maintenance-heavy, and most importantly, cannot support the changing business IT landscape.
Deploying virtual desktops and applications can be a rigorous process if organizations are not using the appropriate tools. Even amongst the best run IT organizations, setting up a complete VDI environment can take several days and sometimes weeks to install and configure. This leads to long maintenance windows and a lot of time needs to be set aside to design and scale the environments equaling higher costs in the long run. Download this solution brief to discover a new approach to building, delivering and managing virtual workspaces.