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Okta Desktop Password Sync Delivers Platform SSO to MacOS

Okta Desktop Password Sync Delivers Platform SSO to MacOS

Back in 2022, I wrote about a neat announcement called Platform SSO. The road to delivering it for many vendors have been SO DAMN LONG. Finally, in the second half of 2023, we are starting to see vendors deliver what I dub Enterprise Connect 2.0 (one could argue it would really be Enterprise Connect 3.0 […]

Workspace ONE Delivery Optimizations are Coming

Workspace ONE Delivery Optimizations are Coming

Recently at VMware Explore, an under-the-radar session about the new cloud native Workspace ONE enhancements took place. This session covered the new enhancements that happened behind the scenes on the platform. Most of what was discussed, was mentioned in this article a year or so ago. The major takeaway is that we are moving to […]

The First Chapter of the Digital Workspace VMUG Journey in the Books

Digital Workspace Journey

The Digital Workspace VMUG journey has started. As I wrote about recently, this journey which was driven by a conversation between myself and Brad Tompkins about what it feels like being a UEM guy (by trade) and how I often burden myself to be the voice of the voiceless in my niche part of the […]

Building and Deploying Horizon Apps with App Volumes on Horizon Cloud Next-Gen

Building and Deploying Horizon Apps

At VMware Explore last year, VMware announced their Horizon Cloud Next-Gen platform. With Horizon Cloud Next-Gen finally arriving, many of us are starting to look at it with the huge reductions in costs and need to deliver more progressive and exciting experiences. This is part one of a three part series covering Next-Gen, where we […]

Guess Who’s Baaack?! at (VMworld)ware Explore!!

Mobile Jon's back at (VMworld)ware Explore!!

Four long years ago, I made my VMworld debut as I wrote about in a past article. It was a pretty crazy ride, which is where we will start this VMware Explore article talking about how VMworld gave birth to Mobile Jon. We will segue into talking about what my experiences have been with VMworld […]

MTD Faceoff: WS1 UEM MTD vs. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

WS1 UEM MTD vs. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Last week, we debuted Workspace ONE UEM MTD Powered by Lookout. Outside of it being a very exciting feature set, we had some asking for a comparison of that platform against Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. We covered that product about a year ago here, which is another player in the Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) market. […]

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 […]

Workspace ONE Tunnel Standalone Mode: Powering the BYOD Story for Windows and MacOS

Workspace ONE Tunnel Standalone Mode

Something that has been in the works for quite awhile is bringing the Tunnel to a full BYOD presence in the enterprise. The idea is pretty simple. App-Level Management is pretty sexy isn’t it? Users are super privacy-focused and Unified Endpoint Management needs to learn to shift to these growing needs. VMware has done this […]

Are Workspace ONE DEEM Surveys a Hit? SURVEY SAYS!

Workspace ONE DEEM Surveys a Hit

One area that I have been very focused on within the last few months is the Digital Employee Experience (DEEM) and if VMware can overtake some of the ControlUp stuff that people are doing. Most people know about my Workspace ONE articles around DEEM on MacOS and DEEM in general. Recently, our friends at VMware […]