VMware: Reduce IT Friction, Boost Government Workforce Productivity
Anyone working in government over the past decade knows that mobile devices have transformed agency workflows, cultures and outcomes. According to a FedScoop survey underwritten by VMware and published in July 2017, more than half of federal government personnel rely heavily on mobile devices—including personal devices—to do their work.
Compared to industry, however, more than half of federal workers experience moderate-to-high levels of friction when using a smartphone or tablet—ultimately impeding productivity and efficiency. There are many reasons for this, including an overall distrust in the security of field mobility by some government agencies, IT infrastructure that is unable to support integrated digital workspaces across all applications and devices and poor user experience.
The digital workspace is quickly becoming a ubiquitous term for seamless remote access to company data and applications. VMware defines the digital workspace as the IT platform that provides the necessary infrastructure to deliver any app to any device across any location. It’s software-defined; identity-based; and cloud, device and operating system (OS) agnostic.
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