Windows 10 Overview

VMware AirWatch Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) modernizes Windows management and security across any use case  whether managing remote worker devices, employee-owned machines, corporate branch office deployments or special line of business terminals. The UEM technology enables IT to deploy compliance policies and remediate vulnerabilities faster, install software reliably and quickly, and manage patches across devices on or off the domain. By combining traditional client management requirements with modern EMM efficiencies, AirWatch lowers the cost of managing Windows deployments; secures endpoints, apps and data on any network; and delivers peak user experience across any device.

1. BYO PC Use-Case

As we think about the future of our organization's workforce it is important to note that it is evolving. 50% of the workforce in the next couple of years are going to be millennials who are users who no longer work in cubicles from 9-5 and are not on the company network. 40% of the workforce is going to be contractors or freelancers and they will need to be quickly provisioned with productivity apps as well as secured to touch the company network.

Thus, Windows 10 forces organizations to rethink traditional, on-premises management practices, and instead adopt unified endpoint management as the standard management tool for devices  whether desktop, laptop or mobile. In this lab, you will be immersed into a first person perspective of how AirWatch UEM helps organizations smoothly transition to the new OS while consolidating tools to make true endpoint management from a single pane of glass possible across their device and app ecosystem.