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About Send - Workspace ONE

The Workspace ONE Send enables the secure pass back and forth of Microsoft Intune protected Word, Excel, or PowerPoint attachments between the Microsoft Office 365 apps and the Workspace ONE productivity apps. Workspace ONE Send provides seamless editing and sending capabilities for customers using Intune to manage Office 365 apps using Workspace ONE productivity apps.

To optimize security and productivity for your device, VMware will need to collect some device identity information, such as:
• Phone Number
• Serial Number
• UDID (Universal Device Identifier)
• IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identifier)
• SIM Card Identifier
• Mac Address
• Currently Connected SSID

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Great app for acting as a bridge to MS apps
Arun yogeshwaran
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This is a very specific app to enable (managed, controlled and secure) data exchange between apps using MS O365 DRM and the rest of the wold. It requires VMware Workspace ONE for most of functionality. 90%+ ...
Arsen Bandurian
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Great app, love being able to share content between protected devices.
Brandon Pittman