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VMware Workspace One (AirWatch)

AirWatch is a mobile technology platform founded in 2003 and acquired by VMware in 2013 for $1.54 billion and developed as Workspace One (WSONE).

There are 4 licensing types, Standard, Advanced, Enterprise and Enterprise for VDI.

You can review the licensing details here and WSONE related video below.

To briefly summarize;

Standard: Basic application, device profile management, location monitoring functions etc.

Advanced: Standard Edition plus enterprise functions such as Content Locker, Tunnel, Secure Email Gateway, Boxer, People Search, and Telecom.

Enterprise: Standard and Advanced edition plus Horizon Apps.

Enterprise for VDI:All Workspace One functions plus all components required for desktop virtualization (vSphere, vSan, Horizon) are included in this version.

Zero-Touch Deployment with Google Android Enterprise

With the domination of enterprise solutions offered by Apple, Google announced the Zero-touch feature last year.

You can read my previous article here about Apple DEP and VPP here.

The workload of business units ends in an operational sense, with the routing of compatible mobile devices taken from Google approved resellers or operators after sending their IMEI and serial numbers to Android Zero-touch Portal. Devices can be delivered to users without even opening their packaging.