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Eight Essential Emerging Technologies Applied to Healthcare

As the saying goes, the only thing constant is change. Digital business transformation is driving the adoption of many new technologies, such as Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain.

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VMware AirWatch Announces Same-Day Support for Google Glass Enterprise Edition

This blog was updated on May 22,2017, with the latest information about the Device Enrollment Program from Apple. Join the conversation on Twitter using #iOSinBusiness.

What is the Device Enrollment Program from Apple?

The Device Enrollment Program provides a fast, streamlined way to deploy your corporate-owned Mac, iOS or tvOS devices. With a mobile device management (MDM) and unified endpoint management solution like VMware AirWatch, IT can:

  • Customize device settings;
  • Activate and supervise devices over the air; and
  • Enable users to setup their own devices out of the box.

[Related: 27 Questions Answered about AirWatch & the Device Enrollment Program from Apple]

What IT challenges does the Device Enrollment Program help address?

The Device Enrollment Program solves several critical requirements for corporate-owned devices. First, organizations save time and money by eliminating high-touch processes for IT. DEP takes configuration time to zero. Deployment of corporate-owned devices with DEP means zero-touch configuration for IT, eliminates staging and automates device configuration.

Second, onboarding iOS or macOS devices is streamlined for users. Based on the settings IT configured, users are prompted through Setup Assistant (skipping through any unnecessary screens). Users only need to authenticate and don&#rsquo;t need to be tech savvy to get the content, apps and email they need on their smartphones.

Finally, supervising iOS devices over the air is possible with the DEP. With supervision, administrators have more control over the device and can disable features like AirDrop, the App Store and account modification. They can also enable features like password protection. Also, the MDM profile cannot be removed, which eliminates the possibility of un-enrollment to protect data and investments in devices and provides the best user experience possible.

What role does AirWatch play in Apple&#rsquo;s Device Enrollment Program?

To utilize the Device Enrollment Program, MDM capabilities like those part of VMware AirWatch are required. AirWatch integrates with the Device Enrollment Program, enabling organizations to automatically import devices in the console based on order history. Then, administrators can easily configure settings, apply profiles, assign applications and set restrictions that will apply automatically when users unbox devices.

[Related: iOS 10.3, tvOS 10.2 & macOS 10.12.4 Are Live! VMware AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered]

How can I join the Device Enrollment Program from Apple?

First, enroll with Apple and register your organization&#rsquo;s information to create an account and designate your administrators. Next, configure your device settings and Setup Assistant steps in the AirWatch console. You then can ship devices directly to your users.

For more information, check out Apple&#rsquo;s Device Enrollment Program Guide.

What are the device requirements for the Apple Device Enrollment Program?

The devices must be corporate-owned and purchased directly from Apple or through participating Apple Authorized Resellers.*

*The Device Enrollment Program may not be supported by all Apple Authorized Resellers and carriers.

Where is the Device Enrollment Program available?

The Device Enrollment Program is available in 34 countries: Australia,Austria,Belgium,Brazil,Canada,Czech Republic,Denmark,Finland,France,Germany, Greece,Hong Kong,Hungary,India,Ireland,Italy,Japan,Luxembourg,Mexico,Netherlands, NewZealand,Norway,Poland,Portugal,Singapore,South Africa,Spain,Sweden,Switzerland, Taiwan,Turkey,United Arab Emirates,United Kingdom andUnitedStates.

What’s available for education with the Device Enrollment Program from Apple?

Both Apple and AirWatch give special consideration to unique education use cases. With Apple School Manager (ASM), Apple has delivered a central place for account creation, role definitions and content purchases. To support ASM, AirWatch designed a console section for education to setup mobile deployments and streamline management of teachers, students, classes, apps and more—whether you have a 1:1 or shared device deployment. After importing data from Apple School Manager, use AirWatch to:

  • Match devices with students or classes;
  • Assign applications (to users or devices); and
  • Configure the new Classroom application, allowing teachers to guide learning on iPads.

Students quickly choose the device with their photo displayed once their teacher has started the class.

Visit apple.com/business/dep/ and apple.com/education/it/ to learn more about the Device Enrollment Program.

 

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Windows 10 in Top Mobile News: What Enterprises Need to Know

What&#rsquo;s next for Windows 10 in the enterprise? Tuesday, Microsoft rolled out the Windows 10 Creators Update, which includes enhanced security features. Next on the agenda: Microsoft is testing the next major Windows 10 update due in 2017, Redstone 3. Now, enterprise IT organizations can test such new builds of Windows 10 Enterprise. That&#rsquo;s because […]]> What&#rsquo;s next for Windows 10 in the enterprise?

Tuesday, Microsoft rolled out the Windows 10 Creators Update, which includes enhanced security features. Next on the agenda: Microsoft is testing the next major Windows 10 update due in 2017, Redstone 3.

Now, enterprise IT organizations can test such new builds of Windows 10 Enterprise. That&#rsquo;s because Microsoft also recently launched the Windows Insider Program for Business to accelerate enterprise adoption, reports InfoWorld.

Businesses have good reason to adopt Windows 10. Enterprises can save an estimated $515 per employee over three years, according to an updated analysis from Microsoft and Forrester.

+Register for the free virtual event on April 27 from Windows IT Pro: Mastering Windows 10 (2.0).

Watch the State of the AppConfig Community.

It&#rsquo;s been one year since the launch of AppConfig, a community focused on accelerating the adoption of mobile apps in business. Membership has grown from just four to 19 enterprise mobility management (EMM) providers and from 60 to 90 independent software vendors (ISVs). Learn more about what the Community has accomplished in the AppConfig Community Annual Report.

Here&#rsquo;s how you&#rsquo;ll spot the weakest link in your supply chain.

In the not-too-distant future, supply chain managers will quickly solve problems in the field—from transportation models to conveyor belts—without leaving the office. Researchers say augmented reality (AR) could save businesses big money by visualizing complex data right in front of managers&#rsquo; eyes. Read about the possibilities in The Wall Street Journal.

Not every business is a digital business—yet.

Only about 5 percent of companies have digitally transformed, according to a new survey from Enterprise Strategy Group and Dell EMC. SiliconANGLE reports that 12 percent have not or have barely started transforming, and 83 percent still need to invest in or fully implement new technology.

The few that are digitally mature spend more on new projects than maintenance, see more cooperation in IT and are more likely to exceed revenue goals.

What does a digital workspace mean to you?

That&#rsquo;s what we asked attendees during EUC Insights 2017. Hundreds replied. Read some of the responses now on the VMware End-User Computing Blog.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;The digital workspace is mobility without limitations.&#rdquo;
—EUC Insights 2017 attendee

Upcoming events:

  • Interactive Hands-on Labs:VMware SociaLabs
  • Webinar on April 18: Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment and VMware AirWatch EMM
  • Webinar on April 19: Explore the Latest AirWatch 9.1 Release
  • Webinar on April 21: Achieve Your Digital Workspace Goals: Episode 3, Your Path to Workspace ONE using Identity Manager
  • Virtual Event on April 27: Mastering Windows (2.0)
  • Webinar on April 27: NSX-AirWatch Customer Success Story with Vallejo Sanitation
  • On-Demand Events:
    • EUC Insights 2017 AMER
    • EUC Insights 2017 APJ
    • EUC Insights 2017 EMEA

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Top Mobile News: Enterprises Sport Rose-Colored Smart Glasses

Smart glasses are on enterprise IT&#rsquo;s radar. No, augmented reality is not just for catching Pokémon on your smartphone. Ralph Osterhout, founder of wearables company Osterhout Design Group (ODG), explains why smart glasses belong in the enterprise toThe Wall Street Journal. Don&#rsquo;t let the opportunity pass you by. Adopt a modern management approach when you […]]> Smart glasses are on enterprise IT&#rsquo;s radar.

No, augmented reality is not just for catching Pokémon on your smartphone. Ralph Osterhout, founder of wearables company Osterhout Design Group (ODG), explains why smart glasses belong in the enterprise toThe Wall Street Journal.

Don&#rsquo;t let the opportunity pass you by.

Adopt a modern management approach when you deploy Windows 10. Watch Episode 2 of The Redmond Series today to rethink your deployment options and post-deployment configuration. (Plus, jump in the driver&#rsquo;s seat to test drive modern Windows 10 enrollment options.)

&#rsquo;By taking a modern approach to Windows 10, organizations deliver a consumer-like experience. Users take a device out of the box, power it on for the first time and automatically transform the machine to a company device. They do all this without the need to either re-image or IT touching the device, regardless of whether the user is on the corporate network, working from home or working out of a Starbucks on the road.&#rdquo;

THIS is how you get help desk tickets.

Make sure your end users&#rsquo; devices are compliant—and not flagged as non-compliant—when they upgrade to iOS 10.3. Get the critical updates here for app compatibility.

&#rsquo;Most likely to succeed.&#rdquo;

When it comes to digital workspace technology, one industry wins this superlative. Financial businesses successfully execute digital workspace initiatives at a 7–8 percent higher rate than other industries. They&#rsquo;re also more likely to execute over 100 digital workspace initiatives in the next 12 months. Check out this new infographic for more insights.

All emails are not created equal.

It turns out, a third of the distracting emails in your palm or on your wrist never need to be seen at all, according to new research published in The Atlantic. And experts are trying to figure out how to better deliver the tenth of emails you actually need to read within five minutes.

+ICYMI: Introducing VMware Boxer Mobile Email for the Enterprise

Upcoming events:

  • Enterprise Connect with VMware at Booth 1007: March 27-30, Orlando
  • Creating Secure and Unified Next Generation Workspaces with VMware and KuppingerCole: March 28, 10 a.m. EST (7 a.m. PST), online
  • Now Available on Demand:
    • EUC Insights 2017 AMER
    • EUC Insights 2017 APJ
    • EUC Insights 2017 EMEA

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5 Top Mobile News Headlines from CES 2017

1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge. Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring […]]> 1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge.

Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring a user&#rsquo;s real world into a virtual world.

2. &#rsquo;Voice is the next computer interface.&#rdquo;

As ZDNet sums up, voice recognition is everywhere at CES, ushering in a new era of computing led in large part by the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled assistant. Alexa&#rsquo;s coming to Ford cars and, for the first time, will come preinstalled on a smartphone by Huawei.

3. Android devices now include cars and bikes.

A Chrysler 300 sedan on display at CES demonstrates the auto capabilities of the Android open source platform, reports Fortune. Security, music, directions, health tracking—Android-powered touchscreens do it all for LeEco smart bikes, as well, according to CNET.

4. Wearables aren’t just health trackers.

Wearable technology is a business game-changer, too. In a keynote address,Carnivalexplained how the company&#rsquo;s sensor-connected cruise ships provide customers with wearables to deliver more personalized experiences and efficiency.

5. VR comes in your shoe size.

VR shoes could help users really feel like they&#rsquo;re walking around virtual worlds. See them at Gizmodo.

Plus, influencers say these trends will reshape IT in 2017.

For starters, IT will finally do more than just manage mobile devices; they’ll deliver productivity apps and better secure data on endpoints, too. Read all five mobile tech trends here.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;Our BYOD strategy is a revenue-neutral strategy. We&#rsquo;re not trying to make money or save money. We&#rsquo;d just like to break even, but where we see the advantage down the road is studies show that a digitally enabled employee is actually more productive. By giving people access … they actually become more productive.&#rdquo;
—Andrew Bell of Scotiabank

Now, get a running start on your 2017 enterprise mobility initiatives:

  • Watch: AirWatch 9.0 Delivers New Capabilities for iOS and macOS
  • Read: Unified Endpoint Management: The Next Step in the Evolution of Device Management
  • Register: EUC Insights 2017 (Feb. 15, 9 a.m. PST)

Featured Image Source: ODG

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5 Top Mobile News Headlines from CES 2017

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1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge. Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring […]]> 1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge.

Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring a user&#rsquo;s real world into a virtual world.

2. &#rsquo;Voice is the next computer interface.&#rdquo;

As ZDNet sums up, voice recognition is everywhere at CES, ushering in a new era of computing led in large part by the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled assistant. Alexa&#rsquo;s coming to Ford cars and, for the first time, will come preinstalled on a smartphone by Huawei.

3. Android devices now include cars and bikes.

A Chrysler 300 sedan on display at CES demonstrates the auto capabilities of the Android open source platform, reports Fortune. Security, music, directions, health tracking—Android-powered touchscreens do it all for LeEco smart bikes, as well, according to CNET.

4. Wearables aren’t just health trackers.

Wearable technology is a business game-changer, too. In a keynote address,Carnivalexplained how the company&#rsquo;s sensor-connected cruise ships provide customers with wearables to deliver more personalized experiences and efficiency.

5. VR comes in your shoe size.

VR shoes could help users really feel like they&#rsquo;re walking around virtual worlds. See them at Gizmodo.

Plus, influencers say these trends will reshape IT in 2017.

For starters, IT will finally do more than just manage mobile devices; they’ll deliver productivity apps and better secure data on endpoints, too. Read all five mobile tech trends here.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;Our BYOD strategy is a revenue-neutral strategy. We&#rsquo;re not trying to make money or save money. We&#rsquo;d just like to break even, but where we see the advantage down the road is studies show that a digitally enabled employee is actually more productive. By giving people access … they actually become more productive.&#rdquo;
—Andrew Bell of Scotiabank

Now, get a running start on your 2017 enterprise mobility initiatives:

  • Watch: AirWatch 9.0 Delivers New Capabilities for iOS and macOS
  • Read: Unified Endpoint Management: The Next Step in the Evolution of Device Management
  • Register: EUC Insights 2017 (Feb. 15, 9 a.m. PST)

Featured Image Source: ODG

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5 Top Mobile News Headlines from CES 2017

1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge. Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring […]]> 1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge.

Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring a user&#rsquo;s real world into a virtual world.

2. &#rsquo;Voice is the next computer interface.&#rdquo;

As ZDNet sums up, voice recognition is everywhere at CES, ushering in a new era of computing led in large part by the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled assistant. Alexa&#rsquo;s coming to Ford cars and, for the first time, will come preinstalled on a smartphone by Huawei.

3. Android devices now include cars and bikes.

A Chrysler 300 sedan on display at CES demonstrates the auto capabilities of the Android open source platform, reports Fortune. Security, music, directions, health tracking—Android-powered touchscreens do it all for LeEco smart bikes, as well, according to CNET.

4. Wearables aren’t just health trackers.

Wearable technology is a business game-changer, too. In a keynote address,Carnivalexplained how the company&#rsquo;s sensor-connected cruise ships provide customers with wearables to deliver more personalized experiences and efficiency.

5. VR comes in your shoe size.

VR shoes could help users really feel like they&#rsquo;re walking around virtual worlds. See them at Gizmodo.

Plus, influencers say these trends will reshape IT in 2017.

For starters, IT will finally do more than just manage mobile devices; they’ll deliver productivity apps and better secure data on endpoints, too. Read all five mobile tech trends here.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;Our BYOD strategy is a revenue-neutral strategy. We&#rsquo;re not trying to make money or save money. We&#rsquo;d just like to break even, but where we see the advantage down the road is studies show that a digitally enabled employee is actually more productive. By giving people access … they actually become more productive.&#rdquo;
—Andrew Bell of Scotiabank

Now, get a running start on your 2017 enterprise mobility initiatives:

  • Watch: AirWatch 9.0 Delivers New Capabilities for iOS and macOS
  • Read: Unified Endpoint Management: The Next Step in the Evolution of Device Management
  • Register: EUC Insights 2017 (Feb. 15, 9 a.m. PST)

Featured Image Source: ODG

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5 Top Mobile News Headlines from CES 2017

1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge. Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring […]]> 1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge.

Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring a user&#rsquo;s real world into a virtual world.

2. &#rsquo;Voice is the next computer interface.&#rdquo;

As ZDNet sums up, voice recognition is everywhere at CES, ushering in a new era of computing led in large part by the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled assistant. Alexa&#rsquo;s coming to Ford cars and, for the first time, will come preinstalled on a smartphone by Huawei.

3. Android devices now include cars and bikes.

A Chrysler 300 sedan on display at CES demonstrates the auto capabilities of the Android open source platform, reports Fortune. Security, music, directions, health tracking—Android-powered touchscreens do it all for LeEco smart bikes, as well, according to CNET.

4. Wearables aren’t just health trackers.

Wearable technology is a business game-changer, too. In a keynote address,Carnivalexplained how the company&#rsquo;s sensor-connected cruise ships provide customers with wearables to deliver more personalized experiences and efficiency.

5. VR comes in your shoe size.

VR shoes could help users really feel like they&#rsquo;re walking around virtual worlds. See them at Gizmodo.

Plus, influencers say these trends will reshape IT in 2017.

For starters, IT will finally do more than just manage mobile devices; they’ll deliver productivity apps and better secure data on endpoints, too. Read all five mobile tech trends here.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;Our BYOD strategy is a revenue-neutral strategy. We&#rsquo;re not trying to make money or save money. We&#rsquo;d just like to break even, but where we see the advantage down the road is studies show that a digitally enabled employee is actually more productive. By giving people access … they actually become more productive.&#rdquo;
—Andrew Bell of Scotiabank

Now, get a running start on your 2017 enterprise mobility initiatives:

  • Watch: AirWatch 9.0 Delivers New Capabilities for iOS and macOS
  • Read: Unified Endpoint Management: The Next Step in the Evolution of Device Management
  • Register: EUC Insights 2017 (Feb. 15, 9 a.m. PST)

Featured Image Source: ODG

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5 Top Mobile News Headlines from CES 2017

1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge. Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring […]]> 1. Augmented reality (AR) is huge.

Enterprise smart glasses vendors ODG and Vuzix showcased sleek, powerful new products aimed at consumers and light enterprise users.ASUS revealed new smartphones with AR and virtual reality (VR) support with Google Tango and Google Daydream. And standalone &#rsquo;merged reality&#rdquo; headset concept by Intel, Project Alloy, scans surroundings to bring a user&#rsquo;s real world into a virtual world.

2. &#rsquo;Voice is the next computer interface.&#rdquo;

As ZDNet sums up, voice recognition is everywhere at CES, ushering in a new era of computing led in large part by the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled assistant. Alexa&#rsquo;s coming to Ford cars and, for the first time, will come preinstalled on a smartphone by Huawei.

3. Android devices now include cars and bikes.

A Chrysler 300 sedan on display at CES demonstrates the auto capabilities of the Android open source platform, reports Fortune. Security, music, directions, health tracking—Android-powered touchscreens do it all for LeEco smart bikes, as well, according to CNET.

4. Wearables aren’t just health trackers.

Wearable technology is a business game-changer, too. In a keynote address,Carnivalexplained how the company&#rsquo;s sensor-connected cruise ships provide customers with wearables to deliver more personalized experiences and efficiency.

5. VR comes in your shoe size.

VR shoes could help users really feel like they&#rsquo;re walking around virtual worlds. See them at Gizmodo.

Plus, influencers say these trends will reshape IT in 2017.

For starters, IT will finally do more than just manage mobile devices; they’ll deliver productivity apps and better secure data on endpoints, too. Read all five mobile tech trends here.

Quote of the Week

&#rsquo;Our BYOD strategy is a revenue-neutral strategy. We&#rsquo;re not trying to make money or save money. We&#rsquo;d just like to break even, but where we see the advantage down the road is studies show that a digitally enabled employee is actually more productive. By giving people access … they actually become more productive.&#rdquo;
—Andrew Bell of Scotiabank

Now, get a running start on your 2017 enterprise mobility initiatives:

  • Watch: AirWatch 9.0 Delivers New Capabilities for iOS and macOS
  • Read: Unified Endpoint Management: The Next Step in the Evolution of Device Management
  • Register: EUC Insights 2017 (Feb. 15, 9 a.m. PST)

Featured Image Source: ODG

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