VMware Workspace ONE (previously known as AirWatch) has been the driving force within the mobile device management space. Their technology has changed the way businesses mobilize their workforce by providing greater management and control capabilities. As an industry leader who understands the security risks that accompanies a mobile workforce, VMware also acknowledges that organizations need greater visibility and control over their mobile devices. That’s why, Cisco and VMware partnered together to secure your enterprise mobility.
VMware was one of our original beta testers for Cisco Security Connector. And since announcing our partnership, we’ve made great strides in our solution integrations. Today, we are proud to continue our momentum by sharing that Cisco has expanded and strengthened their partnership with VMware by integrating Cisco Security Connector with VMware Workspace ONE on-premises UEM solution. Now, whether you’re on the cloud or on-prem, we’ve got you covered.
Through this integration, businesses can fulfill strict compliance mandates and gain granular visibility and control into all corporate-owned iOS devices. Cisco Security Connector provides organizations the deepest level of visibility into network traffic, allowing them to audit flows by users and applications. In addition, organizations can gain control over their mobile endpointsby regulating connectivity to the Internet through DNS and IP requests. Working alongside Workspace ONE, organizations can consolidate management silos across all endpoints to help reduce cost and time. Businesses can also easily manage a device and application lifecycle with simple onboarding and configuration. And to top it off, this can all be done through a single, unified console through Workspace ONE.
In addition to VMware Workspace ONE on-premises UEM, Cisco Security Connector has expanded its integration capabilities to include other leading EMM/UEM solutions such as VMware Workspace ONE cloud UEM, MobileIron on-premises EMM and Cisco Meraki Systems Manager, with more integrations to come.
For more information on Cisco Security Connector, please head here.
Interested in a free trial? Head here.