VMWAREWORKSPACEONE

New Plat­form for Se­cure Dig­i­tal Workspaces

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VMware un­veiled a new plat­form – Workspace ONE – for de­liv­er­ing se­cure dig­i­tal workspaces for flex­i­ble work styles and bring your own de­vice en­vi­ron­ment. The dig­i­tal workspace de­liv­ered by VMware ad­dresses the end-user and en­ter­prise IT busi­ness mo­bil­ity needs by ag­gre­gat­ing all devices, ap­pli­ca­tions and ser­vices, while se­curely man­ag­ing them through uni­fied com­mon ac­cess and iden­tity.

“In the mo­bile cloud era, em­ploy­ees, devices, ap­pli­ca­tions and data in­creas­ingly live be­yond the phys­i­cal walls of the work­place, the dat­a­cen­ter, or the net­work. Dig­i­tal en­ter­prises are strug­gling to de­liver a uni­fied dig­i­tal workspace due to dis­jointed tech­nol­ogy and teams. We are proud to be the first to bring to­gether iden­tity, de­vice man­age­ment and ap­pli­ca­tion de­liv­ery on a sin­gle in­te­grated plat­form so busi­ness can be con­ducted by mo­bile end-users re­gard­less of plat­form, lo­ca­tion, de­vice or ap­pli­ca­tion,” San­jay Poo­nen, Ex­ec­u­tive Vice Pres­i­dent and Gen­eral Man­ager, End-User Com­put­ing, VMware.

Bring­ing the lo­cal con­text, Ron Goh, Pres­i­dent of South­east Asia and Korea, VMware said that with over a mil­lion con­nected devices ex­pected by 2025, Malaysia is quickly mov­ing to­wards a col­lab­o­ra­tive mo­bile econ­omy.

“Mo­bil­ity has be­come main­stream with em­ploy­ees ac­cess­ing in­for­ma­tion any­time, any­where and on any devices. En­ter­prises, there­fore, re­quire the ap­pli­ca­tions to sup­port this flex­i­bil­ity in to­day’s dig­i­tal workspace. De­signed to meet the vary­ing needs of the mo­bile em­ployee, VMware’s Workspace ONE em­pow­ers busi­nesses with en­ter­prise mo­bil­ity tools that en­able en­ter­prise-level ap­pli­ca­tions with con­sumer-grade ex­pe­ri­ence in a se­cure and col­lab­o­ra­tive en­vi­ron­ment,” added Goh.

VMware Workspace ONE is ex­pected to be gen­er­ally avail­able this quar­ter. The so­lu­tion will be of­fered in stan­dard, ad­vanced, and en­ter­prise edi­tions with prices start­ing at US$8 per user per month for cloud sub­scrip­tions, and US$150 per user for on­premises per­pet­ual li­censes.

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