A digital workspace is an integrated technology framework designed to deliver and manage app, data, and desktop delivery. It allows employees to access their apps and data on any device, from any location through Unified endpoint management,Secure access to SaaS apps/secure browsing.
Driving collaboration and knowledge sharing can be a challenge within organisations.
A digital workspace is an integrated technology framework designed to deliver and manage app, data, and desktop delivery.
It allows employees to access their apps and data on any device, from any location.
For a digital workspace to be successful, it must provide a unified, contextual, and secure experience for IT and end users.
"A digital workspace is unified, delivering a consistent user experience everywhere"
Apps and desktops together in one placeUsers can access everything they need for work in a single interface, regardless of whether they’re on-premises or in the cloud.
This lets users be productive on any device they choose.
"A digital workspace is secure, protecting critical data without disrupting the user experience."
Unified endpoint managementIT teams have centralized control over each device used to access the workspace, allowing end users to work securely on the devices they want.
"A digital workspace is intelligent, learning from users to organize, guide, and automate their work."
Guided and automated workflowsMachine learning and microapps allow workspaces to automate and streamline frequently performed tasks for users, such as approving expense reports and confirming calendar appointments.
"Fewer passwords means less risk to the business - and fewer calls to the IT help desk"
Research suggests that the more engaging the employees, the more likely to be more productive, self starting and innovative.
A digital workspace can help you transform the employee experience by enabling a simpler and more flexible workstyle that attracts and retains the kind of talent you need to move the business forward.
A digital workspace also improves security by giving IT a complete view into network traffic, users, files, and endpoints, making it easier than ever to stay ahead of both internal and external threats.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence built into the digital workspace protect company data from hacks, malware, and end-user mistakes long before they happen. And you can decide who gets access to what based on job role, location, device, or activity.
A digital workspace makes it easy for organizations to embrace new technologies and the cloud without worrying about security or a compromised user experience. A digital workspace offers one place for people to access any app, whether SaaS, web, or virtual. And IT can manage it all in one unified console on the back end.
Advanced security controls for SaaS and web apps mean IT can let people use the apps they know and love but in a controlled environment.
While the concept of a digital workspace began with providing unified access to apps and data, that alone is no longer enough to meet the needs and expectations of the modern-day worker.
Almost 70% of workers toggle between apps up to 10 times per hour, causing 38% of them lose their train of thought.
The digital workspace of the future must use machine learning and artificial intelligence to guide and focus work so people can spend less time context switching and more time tending to the job they were hired to do.
Virtual assistance, automation of routine tasks, personalized insights, and prioritization of top actions are just some of the ways eG Enterprise digital workspace intelligence helps people work smarter and faster.
"The main function of IT is to manage and monitor people's interactions with technology"