Last April, I took Dell Tech World by storm unveiling the next generation of PC deployment and imaging. Sure, Dell presented this whole Dell Provisioning concept, but I took it and decided that I would push the limits of what it can do. You can read more about that here Dell Provisioning at my current […]Read More Bending Dell Command Update 3.1 To Your Will
One of the major challenges with MacOS is that DEP is nice, but still requires significant user interaction. With the release of Catalina, things have become a bit easier. VMware Workspace ONE has elevated this to a new level with Workspace ONE UEM 1912 and rotating admin account credentials, delivering stronger security posture. Let’s get […]Read More Delivering a Near Zero Touch MacOS Experience with DEP Powered by Workspace ONE
Every now and then, I get a little bit bored. After enough years, you run out of stuff to do in your MDM environment. We can optimize and do all sorts of crazy/random things to build a utopia of mobility. My latest optimization adventure is leveraging the REST API to the best of our abilities. […]Read More A Foray into Working with the VMWare Workspace ONE APIs
So, I’ve surpassed roughly a year since I started down the path of Windows Management. Going back a year or so ago when VMWare made their huge Dell Provisioning Announcement, then speaking at Dell Tech World, and starting a major transformation at my company…things have been “interesting” I’m going to take you down the path […]Read More Lessons Learned in Workspace ONE Windows 10 Management
Man Am I TIRED! That first section was a beast! I am so worn out. This new CIO is absolutely killing me! Alas, the job is never quite done is it?! Today, we will be moving onto building on our great work to build a story. Let’s be honest… that’s what the user experience is […]Read More Elevating the Corporate UEM Strategy
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!
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