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Mobile Workspaces Go Where You Go [Infographic]

Mobility is more than a product, a tool, or an individual piece of technology – it is a ubiquitous work style that transcends legacy IT by delivering apps, desktops, files, and services seamlessly to any users, on any device, over any network.

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Mobile Workspaces Go Where You Go [Infographic]

  1. 1. Mobile workspaces go where you go Mobility is more than a product, a tool, or an individual piece of technology—it is a ubiquitous work style that transcends legacy IT by delivering apps, desktops, files, and services seamlessly to any user, on any device, over any network. Mobile Computing Is Here to Stay 55% say mobile computing is very important for supporting business processes and employee productivity } 38% say they wouldn’t be able to do their job without the use of their mobile device The Benefits of Embracing Business Mobility ESG asked businesses why they decided to embrace mobility within their organizations. Here are the top reasons: Increase employee productivity 52% Access specific applications or services 51% Improving specific business processes 51% Increase employee communication 46% Powerful Challenges in Enabling Mobility IT sits squarely in the middle of varied challenges that start with end-users’ expectations for a consumer-like experience and run the gamut to compliance and security, distributed workforces, and getting applications effectively delivered. End-users expect instant access to applications Rapid innovation in the consumer market Compliance, corporate governance, and security Mobilization of workforce Application delivery model proliferation IT The Solution: Mobile Workspaces There is no single technology for mobile computing. Rather, it is a combination of virtualization, mobility, collaboration, networking and cloud technologies that helps customers succeed in a dynamic and mobile world. Social collaboration simplifies project management and enables connectivity via social networks. Business mobility allows employees who are working from multiple devices and locations to remain productive with seamless access to the same experience and content they have in the office.” A Strategy for Success Endpoint devices Delivery Models Traditional PC Mobile, web, SaaS, and Windows apps featuring a variety of delivery models matched to specific use cases and end-user requirements. Instant file and sync for secure corporate data access, IT control, and data protection. Secure mobile access, including single sign-on, network awareness, common identity, and authentication. Access from any device, anywhere for the ultimate end-user experience and maximum productivity, which requires IT control at both the app and device level. Any network, any cloud, which is achieved by delivering universal network access, protocol acceleration, and optimal bandwidth utilization. - Mark Bowker, ESG Senior Analyst Traditional SaaS Mobile applications Web applications Desktop virtualization Application virtualization FFiilleess Alternate endpoint devices Common policy Centralized security Extensibility User awareness Collaboration, Social Enterprise, Unified Communication “ A comprehensive mobile workspace must include: Thin client How Citrix Workspace Suite Makes This Possible Citrix Workspace Suite provides instant, secure access to all apps, desktops, data, and services from any device, located anywhere, over any network, at anytime. It unites its virtualization, mobility, enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS), collaboration, networking, and cloud service technologies, thus enabling businesses to empower people to choose when, where, and how work gets done. Sources: Legacy Applications Components and Requirements for Mobile Workspaces Learn more at Produced exclusively for Citrix by The Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc. 2014