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“VMware supported identity migration to ensure email addresses and identities were synced with VMware Workspace ONE. User certificates were seamlessly updated with no downtime, which meant we could drive the project quickly despite complex requirements.”

Gregg Hudson, Mobility and Automation Manager, West Midlands Police IT and Digital Team

West Midlands Police strives to prevent crime and help people in need. To empower officers to spend more time serving the public and less on paperwork, it launched a mobility and device management transformation with VMware Workspace ONE. In nine months, the force redesigned and rebuilt the solution, migrating on-premises devices to cloud. Approximately 10,000 frontline workers use mobile devices to gather, store and share evidence and witness statements, navigate faster to crime scenes and access IT support services from anywhere. This increases safety for both officers and the public while saving an estimated 1.8 million hours of administration time every year.

Jens Koegler

Jens Koegler is VMware's Healthcare Industry Director in EMEA. He is helping our healthcare customers develop and run modern applications to drive innovation and ensure better patient care through a digital foundation that includes data center, hybrid cloud, mobile, networking and security technologies. VMware plays a strategic role in the healthcare industry. Its leading innovations in enterprise software help ensure consistent patient care and reduce IT access time for healthcare professionals so they can spend more time with their patients. Jens plays a key role in helping customers understand how new applications, devices, the latest IT technologies and digital transformation are driving innovation in healthcare.