Occasionally people have a requirement to turn a Windows 10 PC into a single app kiosk, or re purpose a Windows device for digital signage. This video shows how to use VMware Workspace ONE to lock a Windows 10 PC into single app kiosk mode running only Internet Explorer
I’ve been asked a few times recently about how to install office on Windows 10 using Workspace ONE. Here is a short video on how to install older versions of office, in this case 2016.
I’ve already written a blog post entitled ‘the end of imaging’ which explains how out of the box enrolment can now be used to simplify the rollout of Windows 10 devices.
Anyone who has ever been involved in provisioning and managing Windows PCs will be familiar with the term ‘imaging’. For those of you not familiar with it, it refers to the process of preparing a computer before giving it to an end user by replacing the version of Windows on the machine.
If you’ve not seen this yet, I suggest you check the new website at VMware.com called techzone. It has some amazing content and is updated all the time. Here is the link to the VMware techzone site
…and here is a link to the new Workspace ONE SaaS reference architecture
As the number of mobile devices within organisations continues to grow, and the increasing use of the digital workspace, allows organisations to consume apps and data from anywhere, organisations perimeter boundaries are beginning to blur and this presents several new challenges: