VMware and HP Partner to Simplify Device Lifecycle Management Using Cloud-based Technology

VMware Workspace ONE and HP Device as a service to remove complexity of acquiring, deploying and managing technology

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At VMworld 2017, VMware Inc. and HP Inc. announced a partnership that will add VMware Workspace ONE to HP’s Device as a Service (DaaS) technology platform.

Workspace ONE, an integrated platform powered by VMware AirWatch Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) technology, provides a holistic and user-centric approach to managing all endpoints in an organization – from mobile and desktop to Internet of Things (IoT).

HP DaaS offers a modern consumption model for computing in which hardware and lifecycle services are combined to improve the user experience and free up IT resources to drive growth.

“VMware Workspace ONE powered by AirWatch provides next-generation unified endpoint management that enables our customers to manage the complete lifecycle of the end points and applications over-the-air and in real-time,” said Sumit Dhawan, senior VP and GM, End-User Computing, VMware.

“This partnership brings two industry-leading players together to deliver a complete solution for mutual customers looking to transform their end points from procurement to management into a predictable consumption-based service.”

“HP DaaS creates a breaking point from how devices have been sold and serviced for decades. It fundamentally changes how we see enterprise customers select, deploy, secure, manage and refresh multi OS and multi device environments,” said Ron Coughlin, president, Personal Systems, HP.

“We are excited to partner with VMware and incorporate their unified endpoint management solution into HP DaaS, and believe the strength of our combined platforms creates the next generation of device consumption for customers.”

Workspace ONE powered by AirWatch UEM extends the industry-leading VMware AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management capabilities into advanced cloud-based macOS and Windows 10 PC lifecycle management. This includes configuration management, operating system (OS) patch management, client health and security management.

Unified endpoint management in Workspace ONE enables IT to deploy security patches and OS updates faster, install software more reliably and consolidate operational processes across all devices – on or off the domain in real-time.



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