The activation flow for Hub Services depends on whether you are a new customer or an existing customer.
New Customers to Workspace ONE
Hub Services is activated automatically as part of the Workspace ONE instance provisioning process for new customers. Workspace ONE UEM, Workspace ONE Access, and Hub Services consoles are connected together, and the Hub catalog is enabled for the Intelligent Hub app.
Existing Cloud Workspace ONE UEM Customers
If you are an existing Workspace ONE UEM customer, you receive an email that includes a link to your Workspace ONE Access cloud tenant. In the Workspace ONE UEM console Groups & Settings > Intelligent Hub pages, you add the cloud tenant URL and the tenant admin user name and password to activate Hub Services. See Activate Hub Services for Existing UEM Customers.
If you did not receive an email with a link to your Workspace ONE Access cloud tenant, you can request a tenant from the Workspace ONE UEM console, Intelligent Hub pages. See Request a Cloud Tenant in Workspace ONE to Use Hub Services .
After Hub Services is activated, your next step is to go to the Hub Services console to configure the catalog view, add your logo and company branding colors, and enable other functionality.
Make sure that the Hub catalog is enabled and the correct authentication methods are configured. See Setting Up the App Catalog in Hub Services.
Existing and New Workspace ONE Access Cloud Customers
Customers who are using Workspace ONE Access in the cloud or as an on-premises deployment can use Hub Services capabilities in a web browser without integrating with Workspace ONE UEM. No additional setup is required. Go to the Hub Services console from the Workspace ONE Access console, Catalog > Hub Configuration page to configure the layout of the catalog. You can add your logo and company branding and also enable other Hub Services functionality.
To use the Intelligent Hub app, Workspace ONE Access must integrate with Workspace ONE UEM. See Setting Up Hub Services for Your Organization.