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!
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
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
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
Hello Virtual Friends! As I sit here on the majestic JetBlue flight to Vegas, I have been pondering what should I write to pass the time as I reflect and prepare for one of the most pivotal moments of my career. I came from humble beginnings that logical should not have me as a key […]Read More My Journey and Vision to Presenting at VMWorld 2018
Introduction Over the last year or so, I have been going back and forth on what the best mail app is on iOS. For awhile it was Boxer because of terrifying security risks with the Outlook App and then back to Outlook after Boxer decided to stop working properly with notifications. Thanks to the product […]Read More Boxer vs Outlook for iOS: The Match of the Century
Introduction Hi there everyone! This is something that I have been thinking about doing for quite some time. I will be honest with you…this article is going to be part venting, part projecting, and completely honest. Yeah I know the word “honest” twice in one sentence…I suck! The point of this blog post is to […]Read More The Life of a Mobility Engineer
Hi Guys and Gals! I’ve been thinking about QA quite a bit today and I wanted to blog a little bit about it given some of the fails we have seen over the last 24 hours. Many people in the MDM space have had their share of negative feedback for their MDM vendor regardless of […]Read More Are weak QA processes the biggest fail in mobile?
Hi Guys, Gals, and Quadrupeds! Once a year for my amazing firm I do an assessment of Intune. I think it’s important to take a long/hard look at things and just because its Microsoft doesn’t mean its overpriced and bad. Honestly, it has come a long way. I will talk about the basic requirements every one […]Read More Mobile Jon’s 2017 Intune Assessment
Hi Everyone! As I have written in other blog posts, the frustration of working with an unmanaged aka app-level managed email client can be a real challenge today. The first problem (being fair) is that most of them suck. It’s truly amusing how people after the fact think Good for Enterprise (GFE) was the greatest […]Read More Deep Dive into the Mobile Outlook Client