Month: March 2020

How Does Workspace ONE UEM Enable Distributed Employees with Apple Devices?

Mar 30, 2020 Author: Paul Mounkes Paul Mounkes is a senior product marketing manager at VMware End User Computing (EUC), specializing in Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management and Apple platforms. Share This Post On Authored

What are Shared iPads for Business?

The concept of users sharing devices may seem familiar even for organizations just embarking on their digital workspace journey. However, apart from K-12 or Education users, there wasn’t a native Apple solution for preparing shared


Working From Home During COVID-19

Many small businesses are being jolted into a new direction of doing business. Sometimes for the first time ever people are working from home. Forced to make critical changes just to keep afloat, and it


A Review of Ghost Kit & Ultimate Addons for Gutenberg: Extending WordPress with Blocks

I’m changing it up a bit this week. Today, we’re going to review two plugins in one post Ghost Kit and Ultimate Addons. Not because they don’t each deserve their own post, but because I


How to Create a Strong Landing Page With WordPress (In 5 Steps)

When it comes to online marketing, landing pages are a great way to drive your campaign goals. However, creating a successful landing page is different than other types of pages and posts on your site.


SEO tutorial for beginners: How to start with SEO?

Marieke van de Rakt Marieke van de Rakt is the founder of Yoast SEO Academy and CEO of Yoast. Her favorite SEO topics are SEO copywriting and site structure. Now is the time to start


How Fast is the WordPress Divi Theme?

Divi is one of the most popular multipurpose WordPress themes out there. While Elegant Themes, the developer, doesn’t publish public usage stats, Divi is definitely up there with other big names like Avada. Divi is


Initial Placement of a vSphere Pod

Project Pacific transforms vSphere into a unified application platform. This new platform runs both virtual machine and Linux containers as native workload constructs. Just introducing Linux containers as a new workload object is not enough.