The Future of End User Computing – Empowering the Hybrid Workforce

Expert insights on the evolution and importance of the digital workspace as a platform for enabling distributed enterprise agility.

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Modernizing Enterprise Infrastructure

As Lloyds Bank describes the key motivation for virtual desktops is the new normal of a highly distributed workforce.

Lloyds has staff and partners all over the world who need to access their business applications, but their previous Citrix-based VDI platform was centralized and on-premise, causing them performance and cost issues.

Moving to a Cloud native approach has streamlined the cost base and also enhanced performance for all global users, and furthermore integrates naturally with their very popular use of Microsoft 365 across the enterprise.

Empowering the Hybrid Workforce

In this webinar Login VSI hosts a panel of VDI experts to explore the technology within an overall trend of the changing landscape of end user computing, which has evolved dramatically over the past 25 years, and is today the linchpin for driving digital workspaces.

But what does the future hold? In this panel discussion they challenge the panelists about recent developments and future trends that are poised to reshape this market, including the impact of cloud adoption.

Behind the scenes, Login VSI and Microsoft have been conducting research to provide organizations with the necessary insights to make the best choices. In this video experts Jim Moyle, Sr. Program Manager for AVD at Microsoft, and Blair Parkill, Director of Products at Login VSI, share their latest research results and how the data will help you shape your future digital workspace environments.

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Enabling Frontline Workers

In their podcast the Risual team build on this strategic context, focusing particularly on front-line workers.

They highlight that they are often the first point of contact for the organization, and therefore it’s essential they are equipped with the tools so that they can deliver the best possible customer experience. Research quantifies that the better able they are to make smart decisions and work productively, the direct impact this will have on customer satisfaction and revenues.

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