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WWDC 2022 Brings Amazing iOS and MacOS Zero Trust Capabilities.

WWDC Announcements on Endpoint Security

We all enjoy watching the exciting stuff around WWDC like new Macs, iOS 16 consumer features, etc, but some stuff is not as noticeable. Apple is addressing a few crucial enterprise concerns, which is what we will be talking about today. Features like endpoint security and attestation are becoming staples of the security industry. Zero […]

Mobile Jon’s Guide to Zero Trust Security

Mobile Jon’s Guide to Zero Trust Security

Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking at the VMware Anywhere Workspace event, which I wrote about here. This brought me to think about Zero Trust security a bit more. We often get stuck in this maze of inescapable buzz words. Zero Trust might be one of the more difficult ones to escape because of […]

Workspace ONE Boxer Unifies Mobile Content Management

Mobile Content Management

As of late, I’ve been focusing a bit on Workspace ONE Boxer with some appealing new features early in 2021. Finally, I’m happy to report Enterprise Content has REALLY been introduced. Sure it’s been there for awhile, but it was more small business content. Joking aside, we’re going to talk about what Mobile Content Management […]

Introducing Multiple Managed Accounts and Delegation with Workspace ONE Boxer

Multiple Managed Accounts

When we think about the evolution of mobile email and remote work, we can see that expectations are shifting. One of those crucial areas is around delegation and an elevated level of management. Today, we focus on a few key areas that are crucial for business users: (1) email and calendar delegation and (2) support […]

Evaluating Intune Against Workspace ONE Windows Edition: Part Three Security

Evaluating Intune

Now, we have arrived at the final part of our three part series on evaluating Intune against Workspace ONE in a battle of two of the shining starts of UEM. With this final installment, we cover security, which is arguably the most important one. We are going to cover a few different areas of huge […]

Microsoft Ignite Day 1: 5 Exciting Things for EUC

Microsoft Ignite Day 1

I really enjoyed reading the first day of Microsoft Ignite. I say “write” because my nanny caught COVID so I’ve been playing daddy daycare. It’s a BLAST I assure you. I have to give HUGE kudos to Microsoft on their Ignite Book of News which is an exceptional idea. If only more companies like Apple […]

Workspace ONE and Intune Integration is FINALLY Coming

Workspace ONE and Intune Integration

I think it was a year or two ago when the long-desired integration between Intune and 3rd party MDMs was announced for VMware’s Workspace ONE. The concept is simple: use Workspace ONE’s Zero Trust Security concepts to feed Azure conditional access. It’s a very desirable culmination, which doesn’t force you to switch MDMs (much harder […]

Building VMware Horizon in Microsoft Azure

VMware Horizon

Admittedly, VDI is not an area of expertise for me. I’ve spent the abundance of time during our pandemic on trying to grow my VDI experience. Recently, I built my first Horizon on Azure environment. Numerous clients have been asking their VDI firms about the new Azure solution and its validity. We are going to […]

Lessons Learned with O365 Information Rights Management

Lessons Learned with O365

Information Rights Management (IRM) is one of those lovely buzz words we hear at conferences. The idea is simple: “encrypt and apply permissions to a file and follow that file no matter where it goes.” The idea is great especially with Office 365 where most of your content lives. We are going to talk about […]

Is App Config the New Standard in Office App Protection?

Office App Protection

In 2016, I spoke at AirWatch Connect on this new and exciting area within Office 365 called “Mobile App Management Policies” inside of the Azure Portal. The idea was simple: protect stuff, don’t make users sad. A few years later, Microsoft would introduce the ability to push KVPs (Key Value Pairs) to mobile devices to […]