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Elevating your Workspace ONE DEEM Rollout with Microsoft 365 Apps Admin Center

Elevating your Workspace

Recently, I wrote an article about how Workspace ONE’s DEEM offering can really elevate your user experience. This week, we are going to discuss a great partner in the DEEM journey with the new Office 365 Apps Portal, which has grown quite a bit and is replacing the old legacy Telemetry Service. Elevating the modern […]

Mobile Jon’s 6 Moments of Excitement for iOS 15

Mobile Jon’s 6 Moments

iOS 15 is very obviously not a major enterprise release. Recently, I discussed Declarative Device Management ushering in a new generation of Apple Device Management. The question is why am I bothering to write about the other features then? Am I crazy? Perhaps there are things that are worth being excited about? That is the […]

Workspace ONE Hub MFA: Delivering Seamless MFA into the UEM Ecosystem

Workspace ONE Hub MFA

For those who have been using VMware Identity Manager for quite some time, we are familiar with VMware Verify, which was built on the Twilio/Authy API to deliver MFA. We also saw my article recently on the Duo integration, which is another spin on leveraging MFA. VMware recently released Workspace ONE Hub MFA, which advances […]

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 […]

VMware Workspace ONE Mobile Flows and the OOTB Journey with ServiceNow

OOTB Journey with ServiceNow

Many of us in the consulting game are starting to look more closely at Mobile Flows. If we think about it logically, Mobile Flows are the next generation of Microsoft Flow which has been renamed Power Automate. Mobile Flows introduces some challenges, such as OOTB (out of the box) connectors limitations, setting up ServiceNow catalog […]

Boxer vs. Outlook for iOS 2020 Showdown

Boxer vs. Outlook for iOS 2020 Showdown

Those who frequent my blog are familiar with my multiple articles over the years comparing Boxer and Outlook. First, we will cover a bit of history. I was working in the DoD many years ago and I was struggling with s/MIME because Apple doesn’t check certificate revocation. The only solution that could meet these needs […]

An Enterprise-Minded Impression with iOS 14 after Public Beta 3

Enterprise-Minded Impression

Originally, I was going to write something up about the new MDM controls for iOS, but they just weren’t that compelling. MacOS has some major improvements, but I felt this week we are best served with looking at iOS 14. My review is mainly focused on features that Enterprises care about so no Emojis or […]