What do you like most about VMware Workspace ONE?
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The most valuable features of VMware Workspace ONE are security and having support for all the latest features that are coming out from Apple. They're pretty fast at adopting new features. This is one of the most vital aspects of mobile device management systems.
The performance is good, and it is easy to configure.
From a remote management perspective, I like the management and the inventory.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the tracking of the devices.
The location and remote management services are the most valuable.
The initial setup is easy and the deployment doesn't take too long.
It is like any other mobile solution. It gives us the ability to control remotely, and that is what we like. We can wipe out and deploy remotely.
It has all of the features that we need to use and that we want to use.
It's a tool that can be managed in various departments.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the multi-platform support.
We've found the solution to be easy to use.
The feature with the highest rating for me is its employee management. I can also praise how versatile it is in terms of operating systems. It has good support for multiple operating systems and can easily manage them all. Not just that, but it can also support any kind of tool that can be run on all these operating systems.
VMware Workspace ONE has been stable so far.
The most valuable feature is the interface with SCAP, which is the Security Content Automation Protocol.
The remote management and location capabilities are good.
The most valuable feature is policy-driven control of the devices.
A very easy to use solution.
Cloud-based VMware Workspace ONE is very good. It is easy to deploy and manage. Maintenance is also quite simple.
The feature that we find most valuable is the corporate email pushing.
We used to have a system before, Mac OS Open Directory server and this open directory became obsolete because Apple decided to stop the enterprise market, so there was no other alternative for us to use. We chose this to replace the open directory and we found that it has many more features than the previous solution. We totally rely on it right now to manage all the devices on campus.
It's all about centralizing your data and making sure that your data is centralized and secure.
It seems highly stable and scalable.
No issues with scalability.
It's all about securing data with the help of the email client called VMware Boxer. It enables the end-user to carry data in their mobile devices but there is containerization between the personal data and the organization's data. It helps enhance their security while still carrying their own BYOD.
For me, the integration of AirWatch with various enterprise components is something I like. The way they are partnering with various services, like security services, or some of the big guys like Google, Android, Apple, and including Microsoft; that's really awesome. And the way they look at providing functionality to create self-service and automation, that's really usefully and beneficial. That's where I see they differentiate themselves.
If an outside person tries to track or hack information, it is not possible without us being notified.
Among the most important improvements is the ability to set up different groups with different deployment policies.
We can impose cybersecurity requirements.
Which would you choose and why?
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