VMware: The Digital Workspace Is Not Your Father’s Business Mobility
Business mobility has always been a fluid concept. Traditionally, enterprise has largely equated business mobility with mobile devices. It seems almost surprising now, but it was not more than a decade ago that business mobility first referred to mobile devices, primarily the BlackBerry, which was given to select employees to keep in touch by phone and email.
Today, the scenario is quite different. The concept of mobility now encompasses a huge selection of mobile devices. “But despite this change, enterprises continue to think of business mobility as just a way to enable mobile devices,” says Sumit Dhawan, VMware’s SVP and GM, End-User Computing Desktop Products and Workspace ONE. “That’s not what mobility means anymore.”
The Emergence of the Digital Workspace
The reality is that business mobility is about far more than just enabling mobile devices. What’s more important today is the need for people to access the work-related information they need from wherever they are, regardless of the device they’re using, whether inside the corporate network or not.
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