VMware Rolls Out End-User Computing Solutions

As VMworld 2015 moved into its second day, VMware took the covers off new end-user computing innovations that aim to help organizations deliver more user-focused and application-centric experiences.

Specifically, VMware End-User Computing solutions work to help customers build bridges from the traditional world of client-server technologies to the new world of mobile-cloud technologies. ThatEUs important, considering the latter offers more agility, seamless access across devices and better security.

EUA fundamental technology shift is underway as organizations seek to embrace and capitalize on business mobility,EU said Sanjay Poonen, general manager and executive vice president of End-User Computing at VMware, in a statement. EUThe opportunity for transformative change is massive.EU

Breaking Traditional IT

VMware is aiming to meet the changing needs of businesses in a new era that brings new challenges. Indeed, the mobile-cloud era is causing enterprises to offer secure access to a workforce that is increasingly mobile. At the same time, IT has to manage a growing number of data, devices and the apps that run on them.

These trends are EUbreaking traditional ITEU because employees want unified experiences across multiple devices with access to applications, content and services from anywhere they happen to be, according to VMware. On the other hand, IT wants more visibility and control of company data employees are using and sharing. Then thereEUs the need of the C-suite, which wants to see a return on investment beyond greater individual productivity.

VMwareEUs Business Mobility Report reveals only 17 percent of organizations have taken the transformative step to business mobility, shifting at least one core business process to a mobile paradigm. Yet, the industry is on the cusp of a major shift with 61 percent of businesses actively re-engineering or planning to re-engineer a core business process to a mobile model in the immediate future, according to the company.

The report also...

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