2. Workspace One and Intelligent Hub
From Simon Momber
Here we see Workspace One and Intelligent Hub getting configured. Once it's open, we see the custom home tab, which shows a web view. This can be configured using secure per-app connectivity back to resources that are only accessible on the corporate network, like an Internet page. Next, there's the favorites tab, which is completely configurable by the user. Then we go into the apps tab. Let's pause the demo to learn more. This app catalog is configurable by role imminent NMA scenario E.g. IT could showcase apps and links for onboarding for the whole target organization. Then for specific rules, they can showcase specific apps like showing CRM for sales. Next up is the four U tab. I can send corporate communications and actual role notifications. This also integrates with the native notification framework on a device. Here we see a sample question about device performance. Then on the council side, we can use role-based access control to e.g. let HR admins send messages to specific groups. In addition, all this data goes into the same data lake as everything else that comes into workspace one. It can be analyzed, correlated with other events, and even used to trigger automation. Returning to the device on the self-service tab, IT can provide customized resources such as connections to the help desk, remote support, or self-service tasks like password reset. Users can also enroll their mobile devices to access email and much more. Most of our audience has seen this workflow many times, but today we will highlight two things. First, there are many ways we emphasize privacy on BYO devices. Second, once everything is configured, we see how the Intelligent Hub app provides the same great experience on mobile that we saw on the desktop.