Workspace ONE enables you to manage endpoints while still providing privacy by controlling the collection of data. It also enables the transition from the legacy management of Windows resources to the modern management of Windows 10.
Device Management and Privacy
Manage Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows Desktop devices from a single location in the Workspace ONE UEM console. Perform functions on a particular set of devices using many different screens in the console. The console offers various management screens including the Hub, device dashboards, device list views, and device detail views.
Offer end-user privacy while also managing corporate-owned resources with privacy settings in Workspace ONE UEM. Privacy settings provide granular control over what data is collected from users and what collected data is viewable by admins.
Modern Management for Windows 10
Modern Windows management for Windows 10 updates the deployment, control, and management of Windows Desktop devices. In the traditional management of Windows resources, admins need multiple tools to deploy and manage resources. However, with modern management, admins can work from one location in Workspace ONE.
Modern methods for Windows management update these processes.
Enrollment - Select from several ways to enroll Windows 10 devices when you integrate your Active Directory (AD) system. Workspace ONE UEM supports enrollment through Azure AD, Out of Box, and Office 365 Apps.
Workspace ONE supports the auto-enrollment of specific Windows Desktop devices purchased from Dell. Auto-enrollment simplifies the enrollment process by automatically enrolling registered devices following the Out-of-Box-Experience.
Provisioning - Use device profiles to provision and configure Windows Desktop devices to meet business needs. Some useful profiles are listed.
Encryption - Secures data on devices by working with the native BitLocker encryption policy.
Wi-Fi - Connects devices to hidden, encrypted, or password-protected networks.
VPN - Provide remote and secure access to internal networks.
App Distribution - Distribute Win32 apps with the software distribution or the peer distribution features. These features enable the distribution of large apps along with their complex installation requirements from the Workspace ONE UEM console.
Software distribution offers management of the app lifecycle that includes add, configure, deploy, track, update and version, and delete from the console.
Peer distribution offers the same management capabilities but reduces the traffic on communication channels and the time to download and install.
Patches and Updates - Use the Windows Updates profile to ensure that Windows 10 devices remain up to date.