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Citrix Synergy TV - SYN147 - The new mobile workspace experience

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Senior Manager - Technical Marketing & Competitive Intelligence at Citrix
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Citrix Synergy Atlanta 2019
May 21 2019, Atlanta, GA, United States
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I am an experienced IT Architect and Competitive Intelligence Analyst focusing on digital workspace technologies. I have over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and enterprise organizations from a wide range of industries, including financial, public and manufacturing sectors. As part of these engagements I have been responsible for full lifecycle IT projects, ranging from pre-sales to post-sales, including strategy, design and implementation. I have a strong understanding of business and IT processes as well as project management methodologies.
I am working goal-oriented and result-driven and I’m able to work independently and within a team effectively.

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Last year at Synergy, we unveiled the workspace experience and demonstrated how to give your end users unified access to their apps across any device. In this session, see a demo of the new mobile workspace experience including Citrix Workspace app, mobile SSO and modes of authentication. Hear from a Citrix customer how they have implemented the mobile workspace and learn how your organization can get started with the mobile workspace experience.Note: This session will be available for on-demand viewing post-event on Citrix Synergy TV.

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Alright, okay. Hello and welcome to section 7 the new movie work spaces. My name is 00:04 imitation. And I'm Basel Switzerland with me and Stacy you want to say? 00:14 Didn't hear it. I think it's pretty much everything you find on your endpoint. It's it's from his team's and 00:25 that's good. It's all right, I think just sitting here. So I think we all agree that 00:33 there's a growing number of organizations out there. Which can I change the way they look at IIT and I'm sure some of you excuse that it was a way 00:43

moving from a customer focused approach where I T should be as cheap as possible and we want to squeeze 5% more out of it. We're now organizations 00:51 change the way to take him to the vet and see how can I T help me driving this is value. So how can I use it as a 01:01 competitive differentiate? I can't all the companies out there. How can I disable me to make it to make my organization more productive productive 01:10 and ABC13 important piece of it 01:18 with the gold that is that users can access all the work related posters quicker Foster if they search for something I deleted don't have to search 01:27

for something. But if they have to search at they find it in one place very easily and ultimately then get more time with her than can spend on things 01:36 with generate business value Orchard take the time they have left and spend it with the customer will provide that a customer service or anything of 01:44 these things and support activity. Is it a key piece as an outcome than his organization try to standardize Del 01:52 Rey station to have a million of different solutions to try to send the dice then bring it on platform to simplify for the users as for the it and 02:02

this also helps them to really help them to secure the infrastructure right images of one place where everything is consumed through it's a lot easier 02:10 to security employment security techniques to to make it to make sure that data Leave the organization 02:20 behind all of that picture. What's the transformation put 02:28 something of that this morning in the keynote that in recent surveys. It appears that about 85% of the employees worldwide are either 02:37 not engaged or disengaged with their job and not engaged means they don't really care about the organizational the outcome of that drop 02:47

their organization from inside out and I think there's a pretty alarming State we are in end on that 02:55 millions of reasons why that is quite a bunch of things to do to improve but obviously Helping will using technology 03:05 to help users to focus image update potentially. Love all the tasks the outcome. They want to drive to help them Focus longer need to reduce 03:15 the introductions all the context switching out of that work that they want to do can also help and contribute to hire and fill your happiness and 03:25

satisfaction and overall improve the user engagement and that was a few companies doing it out there. I'm Yours wholesome to statistics earlier today, 03:32 so don't don't companies which book was nothing until you experience in the sea about 70% higher productivity 21% higher profitability and a lot less 03:41 turn over the permit phone organization of the Fortune 500 organization is translate into about 5 billion dollars extra Revenue in five hundred 03:51 million dollars of net income, but it is not only besides making it a better place to work and use a happiness. And what does also very strong 03:59

financial incentive to go beyond what we have to do in to read it. Take a long hard. Look at the tree Works Festival driving. Delivering today and 04:07 since they didn't to do something we just working in the 21st century know if we look at the what is 04:15 it from the more technical perspective and in many cases and actually I'm looking into competitive intelligence to lot of competitors out there 04:25 believe that the workplace is important. It's a thing you log on because you got a bunch of hiking sticks II Men. If you go and but honesty and empty 04:33

Portland, do you got to have something in your workplace which 04:43 confuses them applications into it in applications can be anything that can be a native look like this can be your wife mobile. All of the above any 04:52 other half way to miniature to sign it to control it situated and so on you got to think about ways to get data into the kitchen workspace. I mean 05:01 when you open your mouth Word for simple because words such a beautiful application you open it because you want to write a letter and if you happen 05:11

to run between location to devices you want to make sure that that the rooms with you if you happen to have a colleague which you want to collaborate 05:19 on you want to have to weigh in that it works place to collaborate on that piece of content to just rated but this is important aspect you wanted me 05:25 to make sure that you understand you configure music to all devices through his work spaces. I'll Cricket configure Oakland Zoom Tan and now my Adobe 05:35 just quit unexpectedly. So that's if we go again. We are me to make sure me to have 05:43

some ways that you work space with delivery why we can deliver or set security guard rails. So we want to we want to define acceptable behavior and 05:52 we'll make sure we we we can actually check if we can learn false it into something happened. We are loaded about it and can take action on it. We 06:02 heard a lot about notifications on This case is really really trust the synonym for removing the signal from the noise of removing the noise and 06:11 General in Chester Focus name of the signal on the constant stream of information to use as he's on a daily basis and we need to fill it out 06:19

manageable. Right? I can achieve all of that there is simply with multiple tools. But this is also tend to create a lot of technical death 06:26 and create a lot of management overhead on the back end. What I really need is not individual Point Solutions. I need something which is the cheapest 06:36 platform and this is what we all about them. I fundamentally believe Citrix workspace at the moment is the most integrated in feature, which platform 06:43 out of the market today for shoulder thing is what we need to improve and things we need to innovate on and we are doing so but this is one of the few 06:51

cat pulled out of the market and it stands out from its off from its competitors. Not if we want to build them on workspace be able to have to keep in 06:59 mind that they told the truth Works based on swith a situation Pines right at that thing that entry point is unsecured. It's very hard to make sure 07:08 all the rest is secure and also need to make sure that this endpoint has been sicker than the way that actually my workspace. It comes consumable 07:15 management. It helps ensuring write. This is all unified endpoint management solution, which is baked right into work space and we put a lot of 07:22

time and effort into evolving and innovating around it very quickly and just to get you another charred entrechat to get an idea what that means. This 07:32 is all the pictures we delivered since 28 beginning of 2019 and I'm not going to go into the details and features across all the different if I stop 07:40 and pick up the other sessions later this week which discuss all of that in detail, but I just want to get you an idea about that day that a lot lot 07:49 of things coming to cool party is that he would benefit all of them. But it also means is that we get the recognition from industry 07:59

analysts. Do I have a few examples for you four or six to nine months and all of them put 08:08 difficult for her to spend in Toledo score transfer. This is Forester. For example, can we have radicati then? We have IDC that have to 08:18 Market escapes windows for Enterprise Mobility management. And the other one is for unified endpoint management. All of them put citrus Ledo's 08:27 quadrant. So it isn't very it's it's a it's a it's a very good option two viable very good option for securing administering and points 08:34

Citrus and Punishment stands out, especially in combination with Citrix workspace in general auditing because of identification is that 08:41 Rich mobile user experience we all we all try to liver and frankly all of our users on expecting from us. So 08:52 what do you like to do is to go through a few a few aspects of that the true what's better new mobile experience and tell you how it looks like and 09:00 what we what we have coming in the next to the next to Olivia to infusion when it comes to 09:10

unbolt it easy and so on. So let me show you a few examples of it to the very first 09:16 thing and um, Khaleesi's this system enrollment, right? I need to get unbloated into the IT system of my organization provide me 09:26 any scenario something you make that got to make that simple and does a few nights creatures, but I just show you a quick video about how did how did 09:34 look like I just think she would have done since it's a mobile phone to download Citrix workspace just from the App Store. All you got to do is you 09:44

specify your email address and we discover the things in the back end. JCPenney cage with Autumn whatever mechanism you figure out you you this 09:52 appropriate for the Jews came and then pretty much to have you you are good to go. So you can start consuming your applications at that moment. You're 10:01 one step further. We can roll the device. We enable my employ or enable my employer to manage the device to push the tificate to deliver me 10:09 application straight away without my intact. So this is where I secure secure Hopkins in 15 to it was just one of the few more clicks I enroll device 10:18

and now I have all the applications delivered and with that enrollment we can do all sorts of things when we going to see your new glasses over in a 10:27 few seconds, but I also can configure applications. We have kept contact supported then all the applications I make available at user administrator. I 10:35 can pre-cook chicken things. Like I'm an application which needs to be pointed to the right instant in the couch or something. 10:44 Now we are currently have one of the applications. We just can't think of his to Citrix workspace at have you seen that this morning at the keynote? I 10:54

don't want to bore you with that. But is it going to be hot? This is the central thing where we'll get started and work gets done in many cases as 11:00 we've seen it this morning. So if this is the location where all applications can be except it's mobile apps in this 11:08 application. It also provides access to files we talked about that earlier. The great part is is 11:15 that is the secret of the prophetic insist that experience so it is independent of weight resume it and how you consume it. It looks It 11:25

behaves the same as providing the same capability and ask me updated on the second perspective new features roll out quite quickly. So this is soft is 11:35 also very important that we have in Roku devices. We have all the applications available. And that was one thing we always had the other guy that you 11:44 like from the music feels prospective. Let's say I was a user I was trying to use slack use like internally as a communication to Hico pretty much all 11:53 the time so we could take us like in the way it was not pointing to the right intentions and all the things but then there was one thing when you send 12:02

text with replied that was the authentication fees ride. We could not we could not single sign-on users into mobile applications. This is what I'm 12:10 mobile as it was all about it so I left for you here is a pretty quick music. Periods video showing right back to this isn't an iPad at 12:18 least a tablet of some form of head on and we have slack that what we would like to do. We kick the buddy. if the video Road 12:28 Siri. And yes, I would like to install it to my device is 12:43

being downloaded from the from the App Store. Now what I would be did not consider in this scenario and Fortune to use to hold a contact on those like 12:53 will prompt me for the instance and ask me a few questions. This is what we already quoted abstract as well. We didn't do unfortunately for this 13:01 video. But this just imagine you're not seeing this instant now coming up but what you need to see now he is to sign in peace and you take the button 13:08 and then you see a lot of magic happening but there's no user interaction. The next thing you see is still being signed into slack. So just becomes 13:16

from YouTube respect if it becomes very simple to use you don't even have to remember your username or password or anything like that. It just just 13:24 looks like the WhatsApp contact and glasses are combined essentially you pick ons like you get it installed you open it up at the next thing you see 13:31 is to stream pretty much. The next thing I want it when it when a quickie touch base on the this is Jason's if you like to mobile 13:40 experience, I mean I can do a lot of things on the mobile on a mobile device. I can presume icons on a mobile device quite nicely but when it comes to 13:50

creating like at Lake Powell point or riding a long document or doing whatever whatever work you need to do at some point in time, you need to break 13:57 out to proper workstation and I'm breaking out process of moving to What station was that can be quite cumbersome. This is where I Citrix workspace 14:03 app comes into into the play. The waiting to hear is there is a set of Ford pickup is configured to see it all done that the screen is coming on the 14:12 truth S2 QR code and what I can do with you that I can walk up to the thing and he's Under the Skin Deep you a code with the works better if it's 14:19

going to take out the driveway then I add user to do to me can fit in that moment. It was just us or realizes that proximity. So I am as early as a 14:27 device which has a authenticated user session running on it near that works. Music and initiate the cost and discussion rooms to the device that 14:36 moment he both Mouse monitors whatever is connected as peripheral devices become accessible for the session and you do your whatever magic you need to 14:46 do write another version of WhatsApp. Is that for example, and then when you're done you just take your phone to proximity is done. And discussion 14:54

rooms with you on the phone. When you go to the next to the next station if you think about a hospital scenario, you could say that. The roads from 15:03 room to room and just by putting on the device on the grounds that I should tell you do your thing, and I'll keep you posted as noticed the transition 15:12 essentially it's it's gone. So I'm quite simple to do your work on it. But now I want to 15:19 see how we can improve productivity the three teams that 15:29 we definitely want to focus on Simplicity productivity for the remainder of the session is to 15:39

show you that affects off the apps that is making your life productive and we have Lego speed of demos that we want to show so the first 15:49 speed of them know that we will talk about this and take care of me. So I mail beer actually been looking at a concept of driving kind of intelligence 15:59 into mail and the making sure that they are able to drive actions and rice Martinez Twitter conversation guys 16:08 have full custody private inbox. Where can we start to reduce the noise levels for you 16:16

through the through the email traffic. You get but yet have you focus on any conversations that makes sense for you to let me 16:25 shift and show you how sorry I think I need to go. This sure quick 16:34 demo on this is this is 8. What's the actual device that running here? 16:44 So if you actually see the mail calendar that you have right now, it's a different view that you will be staying here where you're actually seeing 16:54 a focused and another inbox deer. So what does that allows me to do with this is actually feel clean the mail to to tell me as 17:04

a user names that are critical for me which are getting filter in the focus leaving and males that are a little less critical which can actually wait 17:14 again the somatic cells around how do we drive productivity and smartness? What are use it and we can do a bunch of good things in this so I do I do 17:24 see that while I ask a developer on an engineer do I do get lot of mail from Jenkins and I believe that they'd probably in 17:32 another in another character. That's what I do. I can actually do a full swipe to see the three. So you can actually talk on that actually going to 17:42

allow the user to save a life. Move this conversation to other is going to give you options to say why do you think this mail is not 17:50 that important compared to what you saw and focused space. I probably think maybe the subject and Cody one and I can fix recipients and I can probably 18:00 pick the continents multi-select when I say okay since it's going to make sure that well as it rain tomorrow in Summerlin on the device site actually 18:09 is going to save all you want to do this once or twice. I probably will say move on to the mail actually moves from your focused inbox and then move 18:19

move to Alberta, right? So the good news case where you know, USA user would be able to drive in our conversations and make sure that you're actually 18:29 able to act up on things that are meaningful right? So that's the first set of dental for productivity and 18:39 It's a bit of an interesting. You always feel like I'll maybe it's moving something important to the wrong folder, but it's not it's a it's it's it's 18:52 it's amazingly accurate already. But what is interesting is I trust his mother now so much that I see myself every now and then not looking at the 19:00

at the other email top and I ignore those males and sometimes even if they are not that important. Sometimes you have to read them in anyway, so it's 19:09 good and I wish I only wish it would be available devices. Well, 19:18 we can save you time and price of the entire team is to make 19:23 sure that you're making your life easier making your life simple, but yet having all this actually is innovation that we are driving to the next to 19:33 the feature that I actually want to switch back to 66. Luggage used to listen to take 19:42

another feeds, right? So we kind of talked about the concept of last year during Synergy and 19:51 maybe even exaggerating a seed investment. We've actually had a lot of customers talk to us about ability to reorder 20:00 reconfigure the view that you seen the initial fees at the same time. They wanted to make sure that you can reorder cars and all that good stuff. So I 20:10 just briefly again show you a quick demo on on that. So that's my feed 20:18 section. Right? So you do see a bunch of cars that is already populated for me as a user. Now. The whole idea here is 20:28

a way to make your make your life make your life a productive, right? So you do see now in new tab. Sorry. I think 20:38 she should be able to know you would think that you know, you want to definitely make sure that you 20:46 know you act on me is that are coming from your manager, which I think is going to be more important for you then things I can wait long press on that 20:56 and then you can actually move it up. You can also thing that while I want to kind of move upcoming meetings on the top is actually going to school 21:04

and let me just go back to the view here right sweet actually rearranges the view based on what you just collected so that all your all your key 21:14 meetings are all Key items that you want to ask no pain gets formulated for a good thing. You can also do it. Well, if you want to 21:24 actually go into your subfolders you have an opportunity to Eventide wedding. So you get all your supporters available for you to be made available in 21:34 the feet and actually do the same reordering or deletion of the field calling you what's going on do one top selling. Look. I don't want 21:43

the speed of available in your section where they can actually do is do that and then do the delete and as you go back to your feed section, I think 21:53 that cards that are actually in August from the perspective of what we've been hearing from customers. 22:01 Something bad is going to drive the productivity conversation for USA music. I gave him the theme of this 22:11 another interesting feature, which you're going with earlier this week with few customers and we had 22:21

talked about Lord. Is it an organization and you think it's a simple teacher but the amount of opportunity you have to drive 22:30 conversation with your customers are huge right now. I mean, let me show you a simple example. He write to you know, if you have we need as a 22:39 contact your you actually now in your contact card gets to see another view of your organization here if it's actually talks about the entire 22:49 structure of who you who you report to and then the entire change tonight less than X Change lip service look so inexpensive configurable for your own 22:58

organization. It also are able to now mail your manager or send a meeting invite directly from the view that you actually see if you can also send an 23:07 email to all your directory for this in the in the And also create a meeting in my problem right pretty standard functionality available for 23:15 and this is all G1 actually showing his GA many of them are at least I need what kind of a process and 23:25 most of what I'm showing is publicly available for you guys. So just moving on. I think it's short a lot of things 23:35

on on iOS and I just want to show you stuff which we are starting to innovate or is coming. 23:45 Soon I might need some help to ship this device. Soylent does 23:54 the effects of this one is this one is coming in the next 3 to 4 weeks of time frame between hit the Publix store. So calling the set a calendar 24:04 widget in conversations with people on customers body realizes. If you would like to have the have the view of 24:14 seeing your calendars without even going to make a right and having the ability to join either conversations directly from there. So 24:24

the entire in 10 days giving you almost have it at this point in time. Thank you respond in time. This is actually available. 24:34 Only on Android as a mention in the next 3 weeks time frame and then we should have it available on the other platform to sew. 24:43 No, I'm not. 24:56 And we see the difference between IOS and Android and iOS, it just works. I think I'm a thin boy, but 25:47 flashlight 26:18 just talk to it. Yeah, so, I mean, I think you may not be able to see if it's available. 26:30

If you actually see the sea what I just showed so I can that's an opportunity for you to actually see the calendar widget on your 26:42 home screen. Thank you. Sorry about that. But I think you have an opportunity now to see the calendar 26:52 widget on your home screen and that's actually live in the next 3 weeks for you to continue but didn't hear us if you are able to see that. It's 27:02 actually available for you at 1 one stop to join anyting any conversation that you want to go to this morn to 27:11

stop notifications. Again, this is a pretty standard set of demo that you have been used to sew 27:20 in the setting in conversations would be here is we also want an ability to get notified on all the support that you have available. So within the 27:30 context of mail again, you really want to be notified on every single folder that you have within your organization. Be notified after you have an 27:38 opportunity to see that that's available for you to consume. 27:48 Just in terms of numbers right where we look a lot of apps and Activation. So it is quite interesting to see the the number on mail 27:59

right and it is one of the most heavily abused have to be able to pull some numbers in the last 30 days just to give you some marketing dig around 28:09 excited about every month clothes weight. If I 28:18 downloaded on the platform people read write a 28:27 very heavily used one of the most used product ABC within within our platforms as well. Just going to 28:36 skip this one right galaxy 15 minutes. Is this talk about the intelligent workspace 28:46 that got announced today in the contract off again? How we make our users productive send? I'm just going to go back and show you 28:56

a demo again the contract for us as he heard in the keynote was we didn't want users to kind of bounced out between different applications do the same 29:06 do the same actions on multiple apps that keep bouncing off 202 definitely make sure that the experience that is so on desktop is very similar to know 29:16 what size will be very similar to watch UFC on desktop to switch back 29:25 to the demo. So what you actually see for me here 29:35 is is the concept of an intelligent workspace car racer. You actually are seeing that I as a user is now getting lot 29:44

of seeds available for you to approve from different sites apps that have been configured in all the way from servicenow to make travel approval that 29:54 I can actually act on right now if I want to even go in and view a particular card that's actually going to give you the details about it right here 30:03 without you even needing to phone software application. You can actually go ahead and as a user in or tampon any of the actions that you want to 30:12 provide it also gives you a lot of notifications and terms like tickets and other information that you would need as a user with get aggravated 30:21

and shown on the mobile device. No, you also have a quick actions that you as a user would be able to take kind of pre-built 30:31 about 10 plus connectors at this point in time. Right which actually allows you to get information from you know, these defenses wonders, you will 30:40 have an opportunity to kind of tap tap on any of them and then you know how to complete the action as a user. So 30:50 if I if I want to say I want to send me the quickest pens with encounter you have an opportunity to enter it here in on 30:59

Tuesday and mount Tuesday currency that you want to actually entering this is all live data rights are not going to 31:09 hit the submission and then the summit actually goes into your manager or your hierarchy 31:17 for that approval to happen in the the thing hears. We're not bouncing off to a different app. Here at all, but then you have an opportunity to kind 31:27 of take actions from a single application yet making you productive to complete your workflow as you as you are transitioning 31:35

between desktop or mobile phone factory integration that you're building through. This will be will be available. 31:45 Are are are at Lazy approach to English in workplace is to make sure that we give you feature that are meaningful for you as a user 31:54 to drive the productivity actions for for your Enterprise needed. To comment on that. I want one thing of 32:04 these weed we have toes connected to some of the most popular applications out there. We saw Coco what they say is Fulton on jira and what not and we 32:14

provide a variety of my crap since I lost episode with those things where you can rest as we just saw like request PTO approved approved expenses 32:24 would be the keynote as well as that it is my crap isn't all the studio to create those applications. And this is really this is 32:32 really up to the sky is the limit whatever whatever used whatever works for you specific process off use case or or what could type you create the 32:42 application Ford essentially you can you can say I'm you create an application or an indication which that alert me on all sales. Which unit he's 32:52

that get assigned to me as an individual everything which has a certain threshold and opportunity which is escalator automatic. 33:02 Oh, you say you want to create an application which manipulated a few of those dates are fields and whatever back in the application you having so 33:12 this is really this that that tastes as this is Riri powerful that you have the ability to create whatever they say you can say this would be to live 33:19 at the moment. The old will deliver the starting point to get your creative juices flowing in to show you what the Capulet is on but in reality this 33:27

goes further far beyond what what you what you like what you see that 33:36 If you remember at the very beginning at esthetician work space has a variety of Coleman components and one of those important aspects as we have to 33:48 have to get a teacher set security guard rails that the public policy configuration, but you also have to have two benefits of control into all to 33:56 money to acceptable behavior and pick out. What is what is what is what is acceptable and what are their behavior is going to be on to use normal 34:05

usage and then alert or take immediate action and everything would be what our solution to that is more than 10 that is a Citrix Innovative services 34:14 and we have announced it awhile ago. We have talked through it true that in in the keynote already entrusted with the fur on the background there that 34:23 Services Ensley what it does it consume raw data inputs from primarily from Citrix and for all from Citrix on services and Pain Management 34:31 bachelor's and desktops content collaboration. And so on all of the services you have subscribed music on using feed in data points important data 34:40

points into the machine learning model which sits in the middle of the also can get in data points from the from the 34:49 Microsoft security graph for everything which they learn from your Windows 10 points, for example of that feeds into machine learning model. And from 34:59 there we understand what is normal. Beautiful specific use of right tip tip tip tip differentiation here is this is not threshold setting you're not 35:07 saying I think normal behavior is like I want to have an alert if someone has more than 5 files, maybe it's someone never 35:16

shaft by fire, but maybe that is a bunch of people reach me to share 50 of the daily basis because they working partner enablement of something like 35:26 this. What is the specials wouldn't work in this case and it's very hard to work with fresh holes in it than they make the trip expensive arm in any 35:33 way to what this thing is doing. It is training Machine model S understand each DDD behavior of each user literally a figure out what 35:40 is normal behavior. And then a doctor what time is it goes beyond what he usually does it alert sort of things in this case. It usually just been 35:50

crazy Aristo to the risk associated to that user and the more and activities which is being rejected from the Jews are which could be on two 35:59 acceptable behavior. The more the school increases and it to FX risk or hits a certain limit. Then you start all the system can start taking action to 36:08 this can be enforcing the user to sign in with a second fechtel again, or disable all this shitt by sharing things to use as send out or lock the 36:18 device or a little after this is really up to whatever you do but isn't she to call Peace is the it is it is a pet on based on the use them 36:27

since this is all in Cloud. It's very easy to integrate then she all the hard work has already been done from an endpoint management 36:35 perspective. All you got to do is you go in in in the series of control plane and say unable to service on this case to screenshot. It already has 36:44 been enabled you can turn it off now. That's just one button. Do you click and analytics service. Consuming older all the activities after you've done 36:54 so you get when you get off to the ability to configure rules to Fishing so if a user connected from a jailbroken 37:03

device, then this feet into something open a certain certain activities trigger. All you can say I offered trigger actions based on whatever the 37:13 risks of toys and then what is the use of behavior so she can you can take on each and every behavior in 37:23 this case. I can't read it hard. I think it's a jailbroken device. That's what the red rectangle around the head of broken device was detected in this 37:32 case was not only one tray broken 5.3. I added those arrows. So that's why they risk ball goes through the roof of that uses the most likely someone 37:40

someone got the user credentials from that you was on and try to break in while different devices something like that, but it's definitely not 37:48 Behavior what you usually see and this is God's way to peace that. It is important for the Detroit Institute of different Services all 37:55 different applications different things you can sue and you have to have something which has Ted overview. About everything. Otherwise if you just 38:05 have Point Solutions, it's very hard to get that journalistic view on behavior of users and securing that the divorce place is pretty much impossible. 38:11

The last thing I really want a quick touch base on and we saw this morning in the keynote. It's around secure browsing. Obviously. We always show it 38:19 on physical endpoint Ion on on Mac or Windows device is write the point here whenever you create a web application, we publish application to the user 38:26 it goes through it. It can be consumed if you like in Haughton browser and I'm just showing you the diagram for the sake of time to think she'd this 38:36 is what this is what most of all of our competitors out there too. So they provide support when you click a link application and it launches the 38:46

native browser on whatever device you are using for. This is what they do. They do something is going on. Maybe they reported that but it's pretty 38:56 much it you're breaking out into whatever browsers to take up the challenges you I don't have control about the process of what it said browser is 39:02 Firefox it has some sort of weird plugins in it which happened to schedule screen all the time. You have no controllers and I've been over that and 39:09 see what we can do as we can get the afternoon and Security in that moment that application or that web application is longitudinal local browser, but 39:17

it's launched within that harmed embedded browser we ship with work today and there we everything Beyond completely understand the browser. The user 39:27 has no ability to modify or change a trouser behavior and we can set all sorts of Duty controls to Kevin talk through that this morning we can prevent 39:35 Copy Printing we can we can also add watermarks to it. So in case someone takes a screenshot and just takes a photo of your money till you still have 39:43 a visible wall tomorrow, but it's a strong incentive for the user to not share. Grinch. They took from within that app whenever you click a dang, it 39:53

goes through and URL repetition engines with take out even if there might be someone might post we are playing in Taylors Falls to the Pirates play 40:02 for Whatever reason then we can say no. This is not acceptable behavior and WeChat block the Texas or we can say I'm you redirected access to another 40:09 cloud service which has a browser for the present. I got between the organization in. The internet and no bad cold can enter your organization has a 40:18 lot of flexibility that talks to the point that most of the attacks of is a shield security shutters of organizations have come from the internet 40:27

either ymail a while browsing and this creates this this level of security you you probably should Implement a 40:36 production in it. The product that God announced earlier today. I saw there is which actually allows you to do and the key login as well as in a green 40:45 drink at yourself winter is coming. We also have an experience book on in the booth session switch actually can walk you through with a 40:55 technology. That is like, how do you prevent how to make sure that Your experience within the workplace app is to secure and you have a you have an 41:05

opportunity to kind of be protected rate in a call later than a protection from our standpoint soap. The prince is actually TuneIn. So this was 41:15 actually very quick run through through all the features. We happened. Just mention we have with experience food to all the damage we have they are 41:24 you can go and see for yourself play with it. See what it says that it's for real, and I hope you like what you saw and if so, please 41:32 rate the session as being great, and if nothing would have a great day. 41:42

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