Setting the Tone Well, its our first day! Let’s just say stuff is crazy! I’ll admit that my new boss has left me a thing or two to work on…. Time to Get to Work! In Phase 1, we are going to be doing some really special things. You will get to enjoy a number […]Read More Optimizing WS1 UEM to Support Corporate PCs and Macs
The phrase “More Cowbell” is well known to us all by 2019 and the truly special skit from Saturday Night Live. The idea is.. that we are “lacking something” in our lives and there is just one cure! MORE COWBELL! On a more serious note, we have used many MDM platforms over the years from […]Read More A Case Study: Is Workspace ONE UEM the “More Cowbell” of UEM?
Recently, the Unified Access Gateway (UAG) 3.6 was released and our fear has come true… UAG is now the Super Edge for VMWare. Content Gateway, Tunnel, and now SEG are all part of the VMWare gateway product. There’s no question that its a very divisive product for true and not so true reasons, but let’s […]Read More To UAG-finity and Beyond!
Everyone is talking about the changes in MDM or the keynote, but I wanted to take some time to hit on a few sessions that are especially important to UEM engineers and architects to share some information that could make a huge difference. We’re going to cover sessions about security, the new SSO frameworks, networking, […]Read More Recapping 5 Huge Sessions at WWDC That Will Shape Mobility in 2019
Hello everyone! So I presented at Dell World on Modern Management and spoke at length about Dell Provisioning and I have probably rolled out 40-50 laptops. With that in mind, I’ve learned many things (some good and some bad). I thought I would talk about my experience and provide some interesting troubleshooting you can do […]Read More One Month into Dell Provisioning: The Good, The Bad, and the Interesting
Last year, I was lucky enough to attend VMWorld and host an incredible session on Delivering Secure and Seamless Access to Apps and Data, which was one of the highlights of my mobility career. My 2nd favorite thing about VMWorld besides hanging out with my best friend (No I’m not talking about VMWare) was the […]Read More Decoupling and Elevating Dell’s New Provisioning for WorkspaceONE
Introduction Greetings my mobile minions! Recently, the fine people of Dell EMC approached me about speaking at DTW. It’s truly a humbling experience that my speaking engagements at VMWorld and AirWatch Connect have earned me enough respect that people ask me for my insight. I’ve been doing extensive work on Dell’s new provisioning technology which […]Read More Welcome to Modern Device Management 2.0
After spending a few years as one of the pioneers of VMWare Identity Manager (VIDM), and speaking about identity a few times there is one thing that people often reach out to me about. They do great if the application is in the catalog, but once they get outside of that things get complicated. I […]Read More The Art of Adding Apps in VMware Identity Manager
This month, VMWare is releasing some significant changes to their embattled VMWare Boxer application (version 5.8). With that in mind, I wanted to take everyone through the Email Notification Service v2 along with the problem that it solves. I think we all know the challenges that are faced with using any mail client that isn’t […]Read More Taking a Closer Look at ENSv2
Greetings everyone! So… most of us have learned a few things about Android in the enterprise environment especially in regulated environments: It’s a major pain in the ass The business users that use it have high expectations It’s impossible to manage Ironically, in my career usually like 5% of our users actually use it and […]Read More Breaking Down Workspace ONE’s Android SSO