Register for Google’s digital event, ‘Digitization with Android Enterprise: A game-changer for your frontline’, happening tomorrow, June 17, here.
As businesses that employ shift-based frontline workers continue to accelerate mobilization efforts, VMware and Google have maintained a rapid pace of innovation to help organizations maximize worker productivity and employee experience (EX) with Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and Android Enterprise.
However, mobilizing a distributed frontline workforce spanning a diverse ecosystem, across geographies and use cases, can be challenging. Furthermore, increased connectivity and reliance on third-party partners, subcontractors, and suppliers adds to this complexity and can create security and compliance vulnerabilities.
With Workspace ONE and Android Enterprise, organizations can empower their frontline workers with flexible device choice and secure management tools.
As the first solution to be validated as an Android Enterprise Recommended EMM, Workspace ONE is fully integrated with Android Enterprise, providing scalable and comprehensive support for mission-critical devices used by frontline workers. Workspace ONE specifically enables low-touch enrollment and configuration (including support for Android Enterprise zero-touch, QR code and NFC enrollment); the ability to customize, lockdown, and enable check-in/check-out on shared (shift-based) devices with Workspace ONE Launcher; device and app analytics and automation with Workspace ONE Intelligence; and real-time view and control capabilities to remotely assist workers in the field or onsite with Workspace ONE Assist.
Last year, our joint customer, West Midlands Police, leveraged Workspace ONE and Android Enterprise to boost efficiency, transform workflows, and improve EX. West Midlands Police is the second largest police force in the UK, serving a population of almost 2.8 million. Using a diverse set of Samsung devices, they used Workspace ONE and Android Enterprise to expedite and simplify device enrollment, manage apps with managed Google Play, enable enterprise-grade security, and deliver remote employee support with Workspace ONE Assist. In the past year, their new deployment has saved its police officers over 1.8 million hours in time that would have been spent on administrative tasks and in-person visits for technical support.
To learn more, we encourage you to join Google’s virtual event—Digitization with Android Enterprise: A game-changer for your frontline—taking place tomorrow, June 17. The event will cover how Android Enterprise helps frontline workers work smarter and feature interviews from customers (including West Midlands Police), compelling findings from Forrester, and more. Register for free, here.
Learn more about how Workspace ONE empowers frontline workers at www.vmware.com/solutions/empower-frontline-workers.html.
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