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VMware Bolsters Workspace One Endpoint Management Platform With AI, Security Partners

As field devices break apart traditional perimeters, the virtualization leader is looking to artificial intelligence and collaboration with a network of security vendors to protect customers working remotely

VMware bolstered its endpoint management platform, Workspace One, this week with a new artificial intelligence-powered security service and partnerships with cutting-edge security vendors.

The new product, Workspace ONE Intelligence, is a cloud-based service that integrates with Workspace ONE to aggregate data from users, apps, networks, and endpoints. An AI-powered decision engine delivers to partners recommendations, as well as automated functionality, to improve the experience for their customers and proactively mitigate any security gaps.

At the same time, VMware launched the Workspace ONE Trust Network, which integrates data and analytics from the endpoint management platform network with solutions from a group of security partners, the first of which are Carbon Black, CrowdStrike, Cylance, Lookout, McAfee, Netskope, and Symantec.

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Extending Workspace ONE Intelligence through APIs makes it possible for those security partners to help VMware deliver predictive and automated security features and improve the overall user experience, VMware said in a statement.

Workspace One bundled into a single suite several core products that VMware developed over the years.

The latest security product and partnerships will make devices in the field more secure as their proliferation extends networks, dissolving traditional security perimeters.

VMware also introduced Workspace ONE AirLift, a solution for modernizing PC lifecycle management.

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