ASG: Dynamic Hybrid Workspaces – The Future of End-User Computing?

A few years ago Virtual Desktop Infrastructure used to be considered the solution for refining the workplace in terms of costs. But even today VDI is tied down to a market penetration below 10 percent. Both Gartner and Research expect the figure to stay under 20 percent and call it a failure. While VDI remains static, a new technology approach is already at the ready – Dynamic Hybrid Workspaces (DHW). Workspaces promise dramatic CAPEX and OPEX savings in terms of hardware, operations and software licensing. And what seems to be the best argument for DHW: It delights the end user. The White Paper by ASG Technologies illuminates the advantages of DHW with regard to end user requirements.

Core Advantages of Dynamic Hybrid Workspaces:

Superior user experience: selfservice, native cross-device support, more content, built-in support
Dramatic cost savings
Operations management: support cost, application and service provisioning and upgrading, and user on- and offboarding.
Software licensing cost: proactive license optimization, decreased Microsoft license cost, builtin app broker
Reliable and fast application delivery reduces risk of rollouts, upgrades and updates

Read the white paper and learn how Dynamic Hybrid Workspaces can delight end users, save costs and offer quantifiable additional value by providing an orchestration and automation framework to the entire organization.

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