Putting User Experience at the Center of the Workspace
In the past, I’ve covered topics such as Breaking Down Silos and Changing Your Point of View and Outside In versus Inside Out. In these and other posts, the theme has been about putting the user first. Regardless of where you might be in the user lifecycle: performing activities such as assessing, designing, migrating or validating a proof of concept or pilot; or operationally, looking at ongoing monitoring, diagnostics and troubleshooting; or perhaps you’re checking the health or optimizing your platform or infrastructure… In all cases the message and concept is simple: Put the user at the center of workspace delivery and management.
On the surface, Stratusphere UX appears to be just another monitoring solution. And while it is common for the solution to be placed in that IT category, there are important and user-centric use cases that are necessary point out. Stratusphere shines and is differentiated in its ability to map use cases and core functions in a user-centric way. When you put the user at the center of the workspace you are able to deliver, manage and meet user expectations; regardless of how that workspace may be delivered—in the cloud, virtually or with good old PCs.
Read the entire article here, Putting User Experience at the Center of the Workspace | Liquidware Labs Blog
via the fine folks at Liquidware Labs