Month: February 2018

5 Questions with Samsung’s Jon Wong

5 Questions with Samsung’s Jon Wong

This post was originally published on this site —Samsung announced their latest devices, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, at their Unpacked event that took place the Sunday before Mobile World Congress.  The event included much excitement not just about their new phones, but also around how they are enhancing the desktop experience for users to be productive from anywhere.  We were fortunate to have some time with Jon Wong, Director of Product Marketing at Samsung, to learn more about these announcements and how they will empower mobile Read more […]

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0

This post was originally published on this site —We are only two months in to 2018, but it has already been pretty exciting from an automation standpoint. Let’s review some of the big news. Microsoft open-sourced and released PowerShell 6.0. They also made it available on a number of operating systems, from Windows to Linux to Mac OS. Then, PowerCLI hit 2,000,000 downloads from the PowerShell Gallery! Today, we are releasing VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0! Let’s talk about the version change for a second. If you’ve been a PowerCLI user Read more […]

Guide to Deploying a native Docker Host as a Service from vRealize Automation (vRA)

Guide to Deploying a native Docker Host as a Service from vRealize Automation (vRA)

This post was originally published on this site —Contributions by: Alka Gupta, Pranay Bakre and Suma Tambe   In this blog, we outline the step by step process to deploy a Docker Host from vRealize Automation(vRA) 7.3 service catalog using a vRA blueprint. Download the ‘CentOS7 with Docker’ . 2. Upload the ‘CentOS with Docker’ blueprint into the vRA environment using CloudClient utility by following steps mentioned below. Run the Cloudclient as shown in Fig. 1.0               Read more […]

VMware Announces Support for Android Enterprise on Purpose-Built Devices

VMware Announces Support for Android Enterprise on Purpose-Built Devices

This post was originally published on this site —Today, VMware is excited to announce support for Android enterprise on purpose-built devices. Support for Android enterprise on such devices will give IT unparalleled security features and the ability to lock down devices, silently install apps and push updates. In addition, we’ve extended our Android-specific management APIs and remote management capabilities for increased security and control. Purpose-built devices are corporate-owned, mobile endpoints used in line-of-business use cases. Read more […]

VMware Workspace ONE Again Named to Constellation ShortList™ for Cloud Identity Management

VMware Workspace ONE Again Named to Constellation ShortList™ for Cloud Identity Management

This post was originally published on this site — We’re proud to announce that VMware Workspace ONE made the Constellation ShortList for Cloud Identity Management for the third time in a row!   Constellation Research compiles lists of vendors that meet the requirements of early adopters who are transforming their businesses with innovative, disruptive technology. According to R “Ray” Wang, chairman and founder at Constellation Research, “Each Constellation ShortList, researched Read more […]

VMware Supports New Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, Continuing Strong Partnership

VMware Supports New Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, Continuing Strong Partnership

This post was originally published on this site —On Sunday, Feb. 25, Samsung announced the new Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices, the next offerings within the Samsung flagship Galaxy line. For VMware Workspace ONE, powered by VMware AirWatch technology, customers that manage their devices with market-leading unified endpoint management (UEM) capabilities, VMware will provide day one support upon public availability of the S9 and S9+. Devices go on pre-sale March 2 and will be available March 14. Samsung introduced the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Read more […]

Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know to Secure Your End-User Computing Environment

Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know to Secure Your End-User Computing Environment

This post was originally published on this site — Although Meltdown and Spectre have been publicly disclosed since January, the two security vulnerabilities remain at the top of daily technology and digital security news feeds for good reason: These can be used to exploit modern processors that power millions, maybe billions of devices. This means desktops, servers, and mobile devices are all subject to potential breach because of these two vulnerabilities. Hackers can use these vulnerabilities to exploit side channels in modern processors, with Read more […]

What’s Your #TechConfession?

What’s Your #TechConfession?

This post was originally published on this site —    Think back to the first moment you fell in love with technology. Was it love at first deployment? What about developing code to trick your school’s bell system into letting your class out early? If you love all things technology, or you’re a technologist, then you should definitely put #TechConfessions, the podcast and YouTube playlist, on your radar. #TechConfessions is a weekly podcast and web series that uncovers the deep, dark tech secrets of some of high tech’s Read more […]

[Deep Dive] User Approved MDM in macOS High Sierra

[Deep Dive] User Approved MDM in macOS High Sierra

This post was originally published on this site —What Is User Approved MDM? The release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 introduces User Approved Mobile Device Management (MDM) enrollment. This enrollment flow requires the end-user to approve device enrollment before an administrator can manage its security-sensitive settings. To qualify as a user-approved enrollment type, the MDM profile must install one of the following ways. User-Initiated Profile Installation – Performed through the profiles preference panel, this method ensures the user Read more […]

[Deep Dive] User Approved Kernel Extension Loading in macOS High Sierra

[Deep Dive] User Approved Kernel Extension Loading in macOS High Sierra

This post was originally published on this site —Do you use hardware drivers or software for security, compliance, audio, video, or virtualization on macOS? If so, user approved kernel extension loading, a new feature in macOS High Sierra 10.13.2, might affect you. Starting with High Sierra, macOS devices now require user approval to load third-party kernel extensions (KEXTs). Today’s post explains the impact of this change and possible solutions. User Approved Kernel Extension Loading Starting with the OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) release, the Read more […]