The desktop environment as we know it today is on the brink of some major changes.
There are a number of pressures emerging that are changing the way we need to think about desktop management. There is pressure to better enable workforce mobility, leverage employee-and contractor-owned devices, more effectively prevent data leaks from client devices, and reduce costs.
Several new technologies (both available and maturing) are combining to enable IT to respond to these pressures. Projects to adopt these various technologies – either individually or in combination – truly represent a transformative journey for IT. What to do first, how to minimize risk, how to ensure user acceptance of the changes?
This site is meant to give you the resources you need to start answering some of these important questions. Each organization is going to be unique in how they approach the transformation and the technologies they implement along the way. However, one thing remains certain, the transformation is inevitable, it’s already begun, and now is the time to start rethinking your desktop strategy.
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