Learn how to set up and configure the components of VMware Workspace ONE® UEM powered by AirWatch. Together, these components manage mobile endpoints, desktop operating systems, and corporate resources like apps and email.
Want to know what went into the current console release of Workspace ONE UEM? Look at the latest console release notes.
Does your organization deploy corporate-owned, Android devices within a closed network so that the devices do not connect to specific services? When Workspace ONE UEM is set up for a closed network deployment, the managed account is not added on the device. So devices don't need to connect to Google to complete enrollment. Access How To Deploy Corporate Owned Android Devices on a Closed Network for details.
Does your organization have functions that are performed with a common pool of shared devices? Examples include shared bank teller devices for financial services or shared mobile point of sale devices for retail. If so, you can configure Workspace ONE UEM to deploy and manage the shared devices in your environment. Check out How Do You Configure Workspace ONE UEM to Deploy Shared Devices for directions on Android and iOS platforms.
More Ways to Learn About Workspace ONE UEM
- If you want to learn more about what Workspace ONE UEM does and how it can help you with mobile endpoint management, access the Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) product page.
- VMware Workspace ONE is a product suite that includes Workspace ONE UEM for mobility management and includes an identity management product called Workspace ONE Access.
- Access VMware Hands-on Labs Online to learn about Workspace ONE UEM features in a virtual environment.
- Participate in the Workspace ONE Community to learn from other Workspace ONE UEM users.
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How to Use Workspace ONE UEM Documentation
Search or use the left navigation to find doc for your version of Workspace ONE UEM. We add new documentation for major console releases. If you want the PDFs, click the Download PDF icon on any page. (You can also build your own doc sets by using MyLibrary.)