End-user computing is no longer about managing laptops and desktops. Today, you need to support user access to services, applications, and data on any device and in any location. This revolution promises greater flexibility, productivity enhancements, staff morale improvements, and cost savings. Your business can benefit from these changes.
These days, your end users are using two or three, even four computing devices – all with different capabilities, models, shapes and sizes, operating systems, and security requirements. In addition, the applications served up to these devices are undergoing a metamorphosis in terms of the way that they're consumed − either as a service (through a cloud model) or more traditionally, in a client-owned, on-premise model. Transitioning to user-centric computing calls for a new approach ... and Dimension Data would like to help.
In the new end-user computing environment, people want to stay connected and have access to the best networks and services as a seamless extension of their traditional desktop. They want to choose their devices and access personal applications while retaining access to corporate applications and services. They want to make their own IT decisions while still having access to IT support. They also need to be free from security threats.