What Defines a True, Digital Workspace?
To empower more technology-reliant workforces, organizations must transition distributed desktop environments to cloud-hosted software aggregation services. These “digital workspaces” enable standardized business work environments that are fully customizable, easy to maintain and secure, and are accessible from any device at any location at any time.
How do digital workspaces differ from other workspaces? In the simplest terms, a workspace is the computing environment in which users function and access the business software necessary to complete their job tasks. A digital workspace is a unique designation for a specific workspace technology implementation.
Since the early days of personal computing, a user workspace was simply a desktop PC—typically, a Windows or Mac desktop environment). However, a true workspace is a subset of such an environment. To understand this relationship, it is helpful to think of a traditional PC as containing three components:
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