Under a traditional computing model, managing and securing multiple end points and data streams while maintaining a great user experience is often more than even the most competent IT department can handle.
Virtual computing liberates employees and IT from the constraints of traditional computing, turning IT into an on-demand service, and putting people – not datacenters – at the center of gravity.
It’s through this freedom that IT gains more control over what really matters – delivering business-critical services, maintaining availability and limiting risk, without ever having to worry about the device at the endpoint.
For the Business
Forward-thinking businesses see work as something you do rather than someplace you go, where outcomes are what matter, not time spent in a cubicle.
This idea is at the heart of the virtual workstyle – where an employee can be as productive on the road as they are at the office. A parent with a sick child can work from home using their family PC. Project teams spread across different continents can collaborate as effectively as if they were in the same room. Simply. Securely.
Employees who are free to work wherever and whenever, on whatever device they choose tend to deliver great results and enjoy an effective balance between career and family.
Businesses that embrace this model experience enhanced corporate agility, recruiting, employee engagement and retention – while lowering office overhead and reducing their carbon footprint by minimizing employee commuting.