The end user experience is all about having the ease and ability to use any device anywhere at any time. This experience should be intuitive, easy and automatic whether everything works as it’s supposed to – and especially when it doesn’t.
It’s the universal user experience: You start your day fully expecting to quickly ramp up your workday and productivity, then... What the heck?! What just happened here? Now what do I do? On the other hand, what if there were a better way to either quickly resolve, or even avoid those common user speed bumps altogether? Watch what happens!
COVID-19 arrived like a tidal wave giving companies little time to plan for how to support operations, serve customers and protect employees. One public sector organization however leveraged virtual desktop technology to rapidly redeploy employees from office to home. The lesson for the rest of us… now is the time to begin planning for post-COVID business continuity.
For those of us suddenly thrust into a Work From Home (WFH) environment for the first time, our initial reaction can run the gamut from anxiety to enthusiasm. Here’s a few simple life hacks that can make your newfound WFH experience more enjoyable and productive.
Essentials as a Service allows organizations to focus resources on higher value creation, deliver greater agility and enable faster response by the organization to the needs of the business all the while enhancing the end user experience.
Every day we are faced with potential threats against our critical healthcare systems and devices upon which we deliver quality of care. The good news is we have the tools and technology to secure our critical healthcare infrastructures to ensure the confidence of our users, patients and families.
IoT is growing and this technology opens up opportunities for retailers to transform the store employee and consumer journey. Grocery and Retail leaders must explore how IoT will play a crucial role in their near- and long-term digital transformation strategy.
Every year companies worldwide in all industries evaluate IT services providers in the hopes of finding that partner who can best meet the technology and business needs of their organization by requesting a proposal, also known as the RFP. For those who may not have noticed, the service provider evaluation and RFP game has changed.
Businesses that embrace IoT for the information, analytics, and actions it provides will find a competitive edge in the market. However, organizations shouldn’t rush to implementation without a thorough review of their current technology, and what they ultimately want to achieve from IoT.
In the Workplaces of the Future, the rapid pace of technological innovation and societal change is redefining enterprise technologies, architecture and processes, top to bottom. Take a look at how our workplaces are being transformed and what that means for all of us.