vSpeaking Podcast Episode 39: Disaster Recovery with GS Khalsa
This month’s massive outage of Amazon Web Servicesrsquo; S3 (Simple Storage Service) platform, was if nothing else a reminder to us all that we need to have Disaster Recovery plans we can count on. This week we bring in one of VMware’s Disaster Recovery experts, GS Khalsa to discuss various aspects of Availability and Disaster
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IBM STORAGE ENHANCEMENTS FOR vSPHERE WEB CLIENT PLUG-IN SOLUTION
The recently certified IBM Storage Enhancements for vSphere Web Client Plug-in is one of the most popular VMware integration points that our storage customers use today. Easily deployed, it allows our customers to enable VMware administrators to independently and centrally manage IBM storage resources in their VMware environments, consistent with their application needs. THE
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FY18 Development Fund Guidelines Available
Access and review the updated Development Fund Guidelines to help align your marketing plans with the right investment. The comprehensive guide provides details on DF eligible activities and claiming requirements.
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Certification Insights: Forgotten Password
In can be tempting to create a new account if you canrsquo;t remember your previous information, or if yoursquo;ve changed email addresses due to a job change. But, that leads to multiple accounts which causes its own set of problems down the line. Instead, here are some simple ways to find your old account information. […]
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Google Buckles Down on Android Security, Plus More Top Mobile News
Google plans to ramp up Android security in 2017. Google shared in a security year in review post this week that, rsquo;About half of devices in use at the end of 2016 had not received a platform security update in the previous year.rdquo; To improve that number, Google plans to make it easier for both […]]> Google plans to ramp up Android security in 2017.
Google shared in a security year in review post this week that, rsquo;About half of devices in use at the end of 2016 had not received a platform security update in the previous year.rdquo; To improve that number, Google plans to make it easier for both manufacturers and their more than 1.4 billion users to deploy and apply security patches this year.
Google also noted that, rsquo;Google Play continues to be the safest place for Android users to download their apps.rdquo; Devices that downloaded apps only from Google Play had a year-over-year decrease in Potentially Harmful Apps (PHAs) installed, while total Android devices showed a slight increase in PHAs present.
See how we protect more than 1.4 billion Android users and their data in our Android Security 2016 Year in Review → https://t.co/hur2J3eO72 pic.twitter.com/1dsmsuQtte
— Google (@Google) March 22, 2017
SIY: Secure It Yourself.
Itrsquo;s about time all smartphone users take mobile security seriously. So we rounded up seven simple ways to secure your smartphone, plus special considerations for enterprise IT admins. Step one, disk encryption …
VMware AirWatch is certified secure.
AirWatch mobile device management (MDM) and the AirWatch MDM Agent underwent rigorous testing last month and earned NIAP Common Criteria Certification. Wersquo;re delighted to provide technology that meets the highest regulatory standards and strictest security requirements.
Welcome to adminrsquo;s adventures in enrollment land.
Do you feel like yoursquo;re going down a rabbit hole figuring out Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP) configurations for iOS enrollment? Follow one of these four common enrollment scenarios, along with the AirWatch settings for each recommended by our expert.
This isnrsquo;t a popularity contest, but …
Apple iPhone 6s was the best-selling smartphone of 2016, according to an IHS Markit analysis. Samsung smartphones also accounted for half of the 10 most popular devices of 2016.
Herersquo;s the game plan:
- Attending the VMware-sponsored mobility track at Enterprise Connectin Orlando? Find us at booth 1007 at the expo, March 27–29.
- Join VMware and KuppingerCole this Tuesday for a webinar on Creating Secure and Unified Next-Generation Workspaces.
- Starting March 30, wersquo;re kicking off our free, interactive hands-on labs where yoursquo;ll get step-by-step guidance on AirWatch and Workspace ONE. Register for a VMware SociaLab in your city.
- Discover your path to VMware Workspace ONE using AirWatch during our April 12 webinar. Register to Achieve Your Digital Workspace Goals: Episode 2.
- Last week, we announced a new AirWatch release. Now, sign up for our webinar to see the enhancements in AirWatch 9.1 on April 19.
- Act fast to catch EUC Insights 2017 on demand!
- EUC Insights 2017 AMER
- EUC Insights 2017 APJ
- EUC Insights 2017 EMEA
4 motivi per adottare un approccio Cross-Cloud
Un approccio Cross-Cloud può offrire libertà, scelta e controllo sul …
Profiling Applications with VMware User Environment Manager, Part 2: Applying and Troubleshooting Predefined Settings
In Part 1 of this blog series, you were introduced to the VMware User Environment Manager Application Profiler. In Part 2 we will profile a popular video playback application called VLC Media Player, capture specific application settings, apply these as predefined settings when an end user launches the application, and explore troubleshooting techniques as needed. […]
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Software is Eating the Network: Going Native on Network Virtualization
In 2011 Marc Andreessen made his now famous statement, “Software is Eating the Worldrdquo;; a wild claim at the time, but one that proved to be highly prescient. This declaration...
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Cisco UCS Blades Powered by VMware vSAN
Co-author Bhumik Patel – Partner Architect, VMware Overview Today, we are pleased to announce the much awaited support for VMware vSAN on Cisco UCS blade as an All-Flash ReadyNode. This enables a new vSAN blade platform on Cisco in addition to a number of vSAN Ready Nodes already supported on the UCS C-Series
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RUSH POST: VMware Tools and RSS Incompatibility Issues
VMware is aware of the following reported issues affecting Windows Server 2012 and 2008 Guest Operating Systems on VMware vSphere: The Windows Receive Side Scaling (RSS) feature is not functional on virtual machines running VMware Tools versions 9.10.0 up to 10.1.5 Any Windows Virtual Machine running these versions of the VMware Tools will experience increase […]
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