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Lo mejor de cada casa: integración VMware y soluciones Dell EMC que acelerarán la transformación del personal

Mientras nuestros clientes están embarcados en la transformación de su personal, nosotros surcamos nuestro propio mar buscando la forma de ayudarles.

Las organizaciones están en plena transformación digital, tanto de su TI como de su personal. El personal actual necesita tecnología y procesos que aseguren que puedan trabajar cómo, cuándo y dónde quieran. Pero también quieren poder hacerlo de una forma que no suponga una dificultad más ni que incremente el coste.

Ese es el motivo por el que nos hemos unido con Dell EMC para mejorar las soluciones informáticas de usuario final. De esta forma seremos capaces de ayudar a los clientes a materializar los beneficios de la transformación del personal mediante las tecnologías móviles, de escritorio y en la nube. Juntos estamos en posición de ayudar a las empresas que se encuentran encalladas y que están cansadas de gestionar contratos de distintos proveedores, acuerdos de nivel de servicios y consolas de soluciones de gestión, lo cual supone también un ahorro de los costes de titularidad (TCO, por sus siglas en inglés).

Por tanto, ¿qué hacemos exactamente?

Primero, integramos VMware AirWatch en Dell Client Command Suite. Esto ayuda a los administradores de TI a gestionar los PC Dell Comerciales directamente con AirWatch – dándoles la capacidad de buscar y retirar atributos críticos del sistema, configurar sistemas de entrada y salida básicos (BIOS), y adoptar soluciones desde la propia consola AirWatch que se utiliza para gestionar todas las políticas, aplicaciones y puntos finales de Windows OS de una organización.

Segundo, queremos proporcionar una forma barata, clara y sencilla de implementar soluciones de virtualización del cliente. Utilizamos VMware Horizon para Dell EMC VDI Complete, una solución completa de virtualización de aplicación y escritorio. ¿Para qué? Para que las organizaciones se beneficien de una solución única, preparada para implementarse, con todos los componentes necesarios para proporcionar aplicaciones y escritorios virtuales en la mitad de tiempo que se necesitaría en caso de implementar soluciones individuales.

En ambos casos queremos reducir costes; en el caso del primer punto lo hacemos reduciendo el coste total de la gestión de PCs, y en el del segundo, reducimos el coste de implementación del software VDI. Pero no se trata solo de gastos, también queremos romper las barreras del software y hardware de gestión de clientes y ayudar así a las empresas con la transformación de su personal.

Eche un vistazo a nuestro blog y siga a @VMware_ES para estar al tanto de los últimos anuncios de virtualización y de la nube.

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Il meglio di due mondi: come l’integrazione fra le soluzioni VMware e Dell EMC accelererà la trasformazione della forza lavoro

Mentre i nostri clienti sono alle prese con il percorso di trasformazione della forza lavoro, anche noi intraprendiamo un viaggio in parallelo, alla scoperta di nuovi modi per supportarli.

Le aziende cercano soluzioni che le aiutino ad accelerare la trasformazione digitale sia dal punto di vista dell&#rsquo;IT che della forza lavoro, trasformazione che oggi non può prescindere dall&#rsquo;adozione di tecnologie e processi capaci di garantire che il lavoro possa essere svolto con modalità nuove, in qualunque luogo e in qualsiasi momento. Abilitare tutto questo è fondamentale, ma desideriamo farlo senza dover aggiungere un ulteriore strato di complessità a costi eccessivi.

Ecco perché, nel nostro viaggio, stiamo collaborando con Dell EMC per migliorare le soluzioni di End-User Computing. Saremo in grado di aiutare i clienti a realizzare i vantaggi della trasformazione del posto di lavoro tramite tecnologie mobili, desktop e cloud. Insieme, supporteremo quelle aziende che si sentono ostacolate e stanche di gestire molteplici contratti di fornitori, SLA e console di gestione delle soluzioni, che contribuiscono tutti ad accrescere il TCO.

Cosa stiamo facendo esattamente?

In primo luogo, abbiamo integrato VMware AirWatch con Dell Client Command – gli strumenti di gestione dei sistemi client Dell - per estendere le funzionalità di gestione remota per le caratteristiche chiave del sistema hardware di Dell e migliorare AirWatch Unified Endpoint Management (UEM). Questa integrazione aiuta l&#rsquo;IT a valutare la sicurezza del BIOS e a intraprendere azioni per migliorare l’allineamento con i requisiti di conformità.

In secondo luogo, abbiamo voluto fornire un modo economico, chiaro e semplice per implementare soluzioni di virtualizzazione client con VDI Dell EMC powered by VMware Horizon, che offre una soluzione completa per la virtualizzazione desktop e delle applicazioni con un’infrastruttura ottimizzata di carico, software integrato e thin client Dell Wyse. I clienti possono sfruttare una sola soluzione pronta per essere implementata con tutti i componenti necessari per fornire desktop e applicazioni virtuali in metà dei passaggi e dei tempi rispetto alla distribuzione delle singole soluzioni.

In entrambi i casi, volevamo ridurre i costi; lo stiamo facendo agendo sul costo totale di gestione dei PC e riducendo per questi ultimi i costi di implementazione del software VDI. Ma non si tratta solo di costi, il nostro obiettivo è abbattere le barriere della gestione di software e hardware dei nostri clienti, supportando così le organizzazioni nel loro processo di trasformazione della forza lavoro.

 

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What Happens at Dell EMC World—Gets Shared in Top Mobile News!

VMware, Dell and you. Minimize user downtime. Reduce admin overhead. Align with compliance and IT security policies. That&#rsquo;s how you win with our big Dell EMC World announcement: The integration of VMware AirWatch and Dell Client Command systems management tools. Get all the details here on the evolution of our unified endpoint management (UEM) solution. […]]> VMware, Dell and you.

Minimize user downtime. Reduce admin overhead. Align with compliance and IT security policies.

That&#rsquo;s how you win with our big Dell EMC World announcement: The integration of VMware AirWatch and Dell Client Command systems management tools. Get all the details here on the evolution of our unified endpoint management (UEM) solution.

Windows 10 expert Aditya Kunduri talks about complete Dell PC management with AirWatch at Dell EMC World.

Use Oracle? Read this!

Through one platform, with access to advanced security features, you can now manage and secure hundreds of Oracle enterprise apps—and custom apps built on Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (OMCS). Our partnership with Oracle lends the simplicity and security of AirWatch and VMware Workspace ONE to one of the most common enterprise app names in the Apple App Store.

Enterprise IoT becomes reality.

We also announced a new way to get Internet of Things (IoT) projects off the ground. VMware Pulse IoT Center is designed to be the &#rsquo;nervous system for enterprise IoT,&#rdquo; said PCWorld, with AirWatch to manage devices and VMware vRealize Operations to monitor infrastructure.

IoT devices must be connected, secured and managed, said VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger on stage at Dell EMC World.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;In a couple years, you&#rsquo;re going to be talking to your refrigerator. You&#rsquo;re going to look crazy talking to it, but you are going to be talking to your refrigerator, your Alexa, your TV and so on … Enterprises have to be consumer-like … You and I are going to come and talk to things at work and expect it to talk back.&#rdquo;
—Bask Iyer, CIO of VMware and Dell, with theCUBE at Dell EMC World 2017

We&#rsquo;re putting Google to work.

Deploying and managing Android devices? See how much faster you can do it all with VMware AirWatch 9.1 in these five Android management GIFS.

Plus, with AirWatch 9.1, you can choose from new enrollment workflows for Android enterprise devices. Here&#rsquo;s your guide to Android enterprise enrollment.

Can Android do that?

Can you set up Android work managed devices without ever touching them? What about Windows 10—can you remotely wipe Windows 10 laptops?

These are some of the top questions IT pros asked during our AirWatch 9.1 webinar. Find out the answers here.

2 more reasons to update Windows 10:

1) Microsoft ended support this week for the very first version of Windows 10 (1507).

2) The next major update enables you to seamlessly switch from PC to smartphone. With the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, announced this week at Microsoft Build 2017, you&#rsquo;ll be able to pick up where you left off on Windows, iOS and Android devices and copy from a PC and paste to a mobile device.

Get schooled:

  • Midwest Management Summit (MMS), May 15–18at Mall of America
  • VMware SociaLabs, Introduction to Mobile Device Management (MDM) with AirWatch May 23 (San Diego), June 6 (Reston) & June 20 (Halifax)
  • Boston Summer VMUG UserCon, June 1
  • Unlocking Mobility with Derived Credentials & AirWatch, June 23 online
  • VMworld 2017, Aug. 27–31 in Vegas

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Dell & VMware Extend PC Management to the Firmware

Greetings from #DellEMCWorld in Las Vegas, where all of the Dell Technologies brands have come together on one stage. These are not only exciting times for us, but also for our mutual customers embarking on their digital transformation journey. Customers are now seeing the collective strength of the Dell Technologies portfolio come to market—and see […]]> Greetings from #DellEMCWorld in Las Vegas, where all of the Dell Technologies brands have come together on one stage. These are not only exciting times for us, but also for our mutual customers embarking on their digital transformation journey. Customers are now seeing the collective strength of the Dell Technologies portfolio come to market—and see how possibilities are turned to reality.

In today&#rsquo;s keynote, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke about the constantly expanding partnership between VMware and Dell. One such example is the integration of our industry-leading solutions VMware AirWatch and Dell Client Command systems management tools. AirWatch is a key component of VMware Workspace ONE, an industry leading platform that enables our IT customers to empower their workforce to securely bring the technology of their choice (devices and apps) at the pace and cost the business needs.

The integration extends AirWatch management and remediation capabilities to the system firmware or BIOS. This is another significant proof point of AirWatch&#rsquo;s evolution from enterprise mobility management (EMM) to a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution that goes beyond managing mobile devices to comprehensive Windows 10 and desktop management. At VMware, we see this as just the beginning of a long-term strategy to integrate our digital workspace solutions with Dell devices.

Extending PC Management to the BIOS

Windows devices have many system attributes that IT admins may want to monitor and manage. Typical client management tools allow admins to take actions in the operating system (OS), but fail to extend management capabilities to a lower firmware level. AirWatch integration with Dell Client Command creates an extensible platform that now allows IT admins to:

  • Query and retrieve key system attributes;
  • Configure critical BIOS settings; and
  • Take remediation actions.

All this from the same AirWatch admin console used for managing all the Windows OS policies, apps and other endpoints in your organization. Customers can take advantage of this unique integration as part of the AirWatch 9.1 console release and enable several IT use cases and benefits that improve user uptime, reduce costs and improve security. Let&#rsquo;s examine some of these use cases and benefits:

Proactive Device Management: Minimize User Downtime & Ensure Business Continuity

IT admins can now query and report key system attributes—including device service tag information, current BIOS version and battery health status—for their Dell hardware. This enables admins to create policies that proactively manage Dell devices, minimizing user downtown and ensuring business continuity. Here are two examples:

1. Admins can create custom notifications based on BIOS reporting of the battery health and the recommended threshold for replacement. This allows them to proactively ship replacement batteries to the users before a failure happens and thus avoid any downtime.

2. Admins can quickly report on the BIOS versions across their deployment and immediately locate devices that need attention based on the associated service tag. Implementing the most current BIOS version is critical not just from a usability and security standpoint, but this may also influence the overall life of the device.

BIOS Security & Remediation: Improve Alignment with Compliance & IT Security Policies

The BIOS security features in the AirWatch console enable IT admins to remotely configure BIOS passwords, enable use of Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and take remediation actions on non-compliant devices. This ensures a stronger alignment with the recommended IT security and compliance policies within the organization. Here are two examples:

1. For many organizations, the BIOS passwords are typically difficult to change with the requirement to physically touch the device to make any updates. With the integration, admins can now remotely manage BIOS passwords. You can set different passwords based on custom smartgroup assignments, instantly change passwords in case they are leaked or compromised and even revoke passwords when the device is un-enrolled or an employee leaves the organization.

2. Most enterprise-grade Dell PCs now carry a TPM, which is a tamper-resistant physical chip that ensures overall system integrity. TPM helps encrypt passwords by generating and storing digital certificates and authentication and encryption keys. Thus, the TPM forms a critical element for Windows 10 security and is recommended for a variety of OS security features. These include Windows Hello, BitLocker encryption, Health Attestation and the virtualization-based security features new to the OS (e.g. Secure Boot, Device Guard, Credential Guard and others). With the integration, IT admins can now remotely enable and configure the use of TPM for the organization.

Zero-Touch System Configuration Over-the-Air: Simplify IT Tasks & Reduces Admin Overhead

Traditional BIOS management approaches were high touch, requiring IT admins to access physical machines to change configuration settings. AirWatch, however, adopts a cloud-first management model that enables instant push-based endpoint and app configuration. With Dell Client Command integration, the same over-the-air management approach is now extended for BIOS security and CPU virtualization settings, without admins needing to physically touch the machines. For example, admins can now remotely enable and provide automated support for CPU virtualization features that are required for deployment of VMware desktop products or Hyper-V.

Don&#rsquo;t Forget…

At Dell EMC World this year, we are only beginning to see solutions come to market as a direct result of the VMware and Dell partnership. As we continue this journey for the benefit of our mutual customers, expect to see new solutions that are a true testament of this &#rsquo;better together&#rdquo; partnership. Make sure to tag along as we head into VMworld 2017 for even more exciting innovations.

Will you be atMMS 2017?

We would love to see you. Stop by the VMware booth, and joinJason Roszak, director of product management at VMware, for a demo! Learn how to efficiently deploy, manage and secure Windows 10 endpoints across all networks and use cases Tuesday, May 16, 8–9:45 a.m. in Nokomis, BC.Register here.

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Quest Software leaves Dell

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In September 2012 Dell announced to have completed the acquisition of Quest Software, a Californian company with an history in systems management, security, business intelligence and, falling back in our own area of interest, virtualization, cloud automation and backup & recovery.
Today, after 3 years, Quest is announcing its renewed independency thanks to a new acquisition by Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation.

Dell is currently in the spotlight due to its acquisition of EMC Corporation, owner (among others) of VMware and Pivotal.

Jeff Hawn, chairman and CEO said:

As companies continue to embrace business transformation, particularly through adopting cloud-centric technology models, they need a trusted partner through this critical journey. In relaunching Quest, our products will be purpose-built and backed by a level of support and services that will help our customers and partners succeed. We’ll take the best of what made Quest a market maker for the past 30 years and infuse a renewed focus on security and cloud.

Labels: Acquisitions, Dell, Quest

Quest Software leaves Dell

Read full post . . . or http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Virtualization_info/~3/VYSiVJfbHjw/quest-software-leaves-dell.html

In September 2012 Dell announced to have completed the acquisition of Quest Software, a Californian company with an history in systems management, security, business intelligence and, falling back in our own area of interest, virtualization, cloud automation and backup & recovery.
Today, after 3 years, Quest is announcing its renewed independency thanks to a new acquisition by Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation.

Dell is currently in the spotlight due to its acquisition of EMC Corporation, owner (among others) of VMware and Pivotal.

Jeff Hawn, chairman and CEO said:

As companies continue to embrace business transformation, particularly through adopting cloud-centric technology models, they need a trusted partner through this critical journey. In relaunching Quest, our products will be purpose-built and backed by a level of support and services that will help our customers and partners succeed. We’ll take the best of what made Quest a market maker for the past 30 years and infuse a renewed focus on security and cloud.

Labels: Acquisitions, Dell, Quest

Quest Software leaves Dell

Read full post . . . or http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Virtualization_info/~3/VYSiVJfbHjw/quest-software-leaves-dell.html

In September 2012 Dell announced to have completed the acquisition of Quest Software, a Californian company with an history in systems management, security, business intelligence and, falling back in our own area of interest, virtualization, cloud automation and backup & recovery.
Today, after 3 years, Quest is announcing its renewed independency thanks to a new acquisition by Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation.

Dell is currently in the spotlight due to its acquisition of EMC Corporation, owner (among others) of VMware and Pivotal.

Jeff Hawn, chairman and CEO said:

As companies continue to embrace business transformation, particularly through adopting cloud-centric technology models, they need a trusted partner through this critical journey. In relaunching Quest, our products will be purpose-built and backed by a level of support and services that will help our customers and partners succeed. We’ll take the best of what made Quest a market maker for the past 30 years and infuse a renewed focus on security and cloud.

Labels: Acquisitions, Dell, Quest

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