While businesses work to streamline and secure mobility management for employees and protect valuable data, Tech Orchard continues to be a leader in addressing client demand for transitioning to the digital workspace. To help respond to emerging issues and ensure clients’ needs are covered, we’re proud to announce the addition of Damon Taylor to our team.
Jul 1, 2019 | Shawn Bass, VMware Blog
In my previous post, I shared the virtues of endpoint management on the employee experience and the benefits it brings to organizations. However, it is equally important to look at the people who are executing this process and what they get out of it. Let’s shift focus and discuss how IT professionals and their teams can benefit from unified endpoint management.
The question on many IT minds is, “what’s in it for me?”. On the one hand, offering employees the ability to utilize the latest technologies in the workplace makes for happier end users, but that’s a tangential benefit to IT at best. The only quasi-measurable result stemming from this might be less pestering from employees in regard to the access and integration of technology in the workplace.
As IT leaders look for cost-effective ways to secure their corporate infrastructure without hindering employee productivity or limiting device accessibility, the value of a modern management approach is coming sharply into focus. To ensure Tech Orchard is well positioned to address the growing demand for help transitioning successfully to the digital workspace, we are pleased to announce the addition of Tom Bollig to our team.
Apple and Windows 10 users, listen up! VMware has just announced a number of management and security enhancements as part of its Workspace ONE 9.7 release. Within these updates are a number of new functionalities for iOS 12 users and a provisioning package for Windows 10 users available through Dell Factory Services. To find out how to make the most of these enhancements, watch VMware’s six-minute video summarizing what’s new.
The advancement of technology and the current pace of conducting business have changed the way we think about solving problems. Today’s premier IT leaders are constantly challenged with identifying and eliminating siloed solutions. Meanwhile, they are looking to find and/or develop programs, applications and other technologies that are robust and easy to integrate, and that handle everything from systematizing operations and streamlining functionality to accomplishing multiple tasks at once. In other words, they’re looking for the “digital” Swiss Army knife.
The evolution of technology has created an environment rife with choice. Whether maximizing the value of your Amazon Prime account or keeping your contacts up to speed on social media, we’re constantly faced with making decisions about what to buy, what to share … and what device we want to use when completing these activities. Unfortunately for today’s IT teams, choice has led to the common challenge of determining how to manage multiple operating systems simultaneously — while eliminating the headache and cost traditionally associated with doing so.