This Wednesday, VMware was all set to become first unified endpoint management (UEM) provider. The initiative had a purpose of enhancing Chrome’s device management capabilities. The future swings to the brighter side because VMware Workspace ONE would enable customers to manage Chrome devices along with several endpoints. Everything would be taken care of from just one console.
According to Sumit Dhawan, Senior Vice President and General Manager, End-User Computing, Workspace ONE would help in overcoming impossible with device management. Security would be enhanced as the life cycle of Chromebooks is thoroughly managed with endpoints. Moving forward, a user is assured with a consistent experience across different devices.
Later, Rajen Sheth, Senior Director of Product Management added that with the help of ‘Chrome Enterprise License’, companies would be much more capable to deliver device policies post customizable group assignment. The collaborative efforts would help to deliver a better experience and efficient deployment, making such devices ready for more teams.
Users working on Chrome devices would always be happy in accessing Windows desktops and applications. This would promote such devices to serve as next-generation clients and speed up the practice of adopting Chrome devices. ‘Workspace ONE’ would be capable enough to offer a unified platform for slick app management on Chrome devices.