Community Q&A: Workspace ONE On-Premises vs Workspace ONE Cloud

VMware Workspace ONE is an intelligence-driven digital workspace platform, which allows organisations to simply and securely deliver and manage any app on any device. It integrates access control, application management and multi-platform endpoint management into a single platform.

It is available as a cloud service or on-premises deployment; cloud-based systems are more common than ever before, but there are many reasons why organisations may choose the more traditional on-premise approach.

In a recent conversation with Paul Hayward and Tim Evans from Dell Technologies, I had the opportunity to walk through the key differences between VMware Workspace ONE On-Premises and Workspace ONE Cloud. As the community manager for Unified Workspace at Dell Technologies, I was eager to share more about the Manage pillar of Unified Workspace with our members.

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