“Going to work” has been replaced with “getting to work” as focus shifts mainly to the things we do as employees, not where we do them. This evolution of how and where we work has expanded the diversity of apps, devices, infrastructures and even people’s working styles.
“Going to work” has been replaced with “getting to work”
Each area of the business may have a different reason or challenge involved with mobilizing your workforce. Employees and HR recruiting teams want the flexibility of remote work – it offers an expected work/life balance seen as a must-have benefit for hiring and retention. The organization needs staff who are productive, creative problem-solvers no matter where they are working. IT wants a secure way to manage the multiple endpoints involved, which includes everything from corporate-issued laptops to personal smartphones, tablets and PCs.
Organizations that support a “work-style choice” culture will boost employee retention rates more than 10% by 2020, says a recent study by Gartner. Having a digital workspace solution that enables end-user computing, mobility management, and all networking requirements is key for companies that want to set up remote working for success.
The benefits of utilizing a digital workplace solution include:
- Unified user experiences across multiple devices
- Unified administration experience
- A secure digital workspace
- Aggregation of all apps and data across various applications, both on-premises and in the cloud
- Access anywhere, at any time, on any device
Digital workspaces are becoming powerful competitive differentiators in all industries. Building a successful remote workforce strategy can satisfy teams across the enterprise. Learn more about the key elements of digital workspace adoption and overcoming common challenges with our article Providing a Secure Digital Workspace.