With mobile worker productivity at risk, what’s the best way to mobilise Windows apps on any mobile device?
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Historically, when PC and laptops were the most common computing devices in the workplace, employees got used to using Windows applications to their full potential. Now the workplace is more mobile – with tablets and smartphones often the norm – many users simply can’t use Windows apps in the same way they used to in the office.
Initially users tried to overcome this problem by using a variety of tools to access their data-today processes and data, often with poor results. This usually resulted in IT losing control, an unsatisfactory user experience, and a negative impact
Unfortunately, building a truly native mobile app for each device isn’t a viable option either. The average enterprise today needs to mobilise around 350 Windows applications. It’s just not possible for an IT organisation to build a mobile version of all those applications, cater for multiple mobile operating systems, and also to keep the original app updated every few months.
So what’s the best and most practical way for organisations to provide access to Windows applications – and in the process keep their mobile workforce productive, while at the same retaining control of how apps managed and updated?
Today, an increasing number of organisations are solving the problem cost effectively and efficiently by virtualising Windows apps and desktops in the datacentre. This means they can deliver fast, secure and full application access to any user with a browser. They can also make access available via any device, over any network connection, and all while IT retains the central management control so vital to security and compliance.
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