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VMware has unveiled new capabilities for the Workspace ONE platform. This platform provides management and security for heterogeneous customer environments and better employee experiences when using multiple apps and devices.

Among other things, the company has announced the Workspace ONE Intelligence Automation Connector. Workspace ONE Intelligence is a cloud-based service that provides insights and analysis with automatic recovery environments in a digital environment. With the new addition, the service can now also be used with third-party systems.

Workspace ONE Sensors for macOS were also announced. The Sensors allow customers to question any system attribute for visibility and enforcement of compliance. Earlier the option was announced for Windows 10, but now the function is also available for macOS.

There are also updates to Dell Provisioning for Workspace ONE. Dell Provisioning is a service that pre-configures devices at the factory and sends them directly to the end user for a turnkey experience where all Windows applications are preloaded and ready to use. The service is now part of Dell’s ProDeploy Client Suite, which offers comprehensive deployment services that complement the facility service.

In addition, an integration with Flexera AdminStudio for Easy Win32 App Publishing has been announced. This enables users to publish existing desktop applications directly from Flexera AdminStudio in their Workspace ONE catalog.

VMware Horizon

Finally, improvements to VMware Horizon have been announced. For example, there is now widespread availability of instant clones and app volumes for Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS. It allows users to launch virtual desktops at an average speed of 1-2 seconds per desktop. Instant cloning also reduces storage capacity by up to 80 percent.

Horizon 7 is now integrated with the Horizon Cloud Service. This integration provides uniform visibility, health monitoring and helpdesk services for Horizon 7 implementations. Finally, VMware examines the possibility of automating different steps of the Horizon 7 installation on VMware Cloud on AWS via the Horizon Cloud Service integration. This should significantly reduce installation time and streamline the user interface for the installation.

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