Ever wished there was one answer to boost productivity, engagement and agility?

Enter: Unified Endpoint Management!

Digital transformation is an inescapable requirement for businesses today. And empowering employees to serve customers better at every stage of the customer journey has become the key mandate for CIOs across sectors.

With 69% of IT decision makers still being measured on efficiency and process, for many organizations a key challenge is to manage the digital transformation process whilst remaining in line with legacy application requirements, legacy processes and managing a skills gap. Organizations need to become more agile, especially when we consider that according to Gartner, by 2020 the greatest competitive advantage for 30% of organizations will come from the workforce’s ability to creatively exploit digital technologies. And 2020 is just around the corner!

Upgrading IT systems, overhauling business processes and stacking talent benches are crucial undertakings of any digital transformation. And IT leaders managing increasingly diverse endpoints want to simplify the many tools, processes and policies that span their device environment.

It’s simple and it’s not. Organizations need a high-quality digitally unified workplace that improves the way employees work.

 A digital unified workplace is a tech-enabled business strategy that enhances individual and team productivity without compromising operations. It includes computers, mobile devices and productivity and collaboration applications and, increasingly, chatbots, virtual assistant technology, personal analytics and immersive workspaces. In summary, it is a relatively broad term that describes the intuitive user experience as well as the management platform that enables access to applications and data independently of time and place.

To this end, a Unified Workspace provides a coherent, contextual digital workspace experience. Seamlessly and easily bringing together complex endpoint management, rigid working time models, license jungle, inflexible access to applications and data as well as frustrated users.

Unified Workspace. Uniquely Easy. So many benefits.

 An agile, motivating and intuitive digital working environment opens up a spectrum of rewards – increased productivity and employee satisfaction, improved competitiveness, simplified IT management and end-user support.

For end users the biggest advantage is its absolute ease of use. It is after all a central workspace that conveniently and securely allows intuitive access to data and applications from anywhere.

For organizations, a Unified Workspace is the fuel for a workforce transformation. Mobile working and smoothly being able to switch between terminals are two key prerequisites for a modern work culture. Further, with little effort, enterprise IT can be simplified and its scalability maximized, to adapt to both, the changing number of users and the number of applications and devices used.

Dell Technologies Unified Workspace – the intelligent, unified approach to IT

Dell Technologies Unified Workspace is a revolutionary approach, with simplified lifecycle management solutions for IT and ready-to-work experiences for end users to enable choice and business innovation.

Amongst the industry’s most comprehensive solutions to deploy, manage, and support your devices from the cloud, our integrations across Dell hardware, Dell Services, VMware Workspace ONE and Secureworks can save time, improve user experience, optimize resources and help strengthen security.

Learn more about Dell Technologies’ Unified Workspace solutions and get in touch with our team to find the right solution for your business.

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