To reduce IT complexity while catering to the tractability of a flexible, self-service approach demanded by end-users, the IT industry requires a unified approach that aggregates delivery models, centralizes management and security, and supports a wide variety of endpoint devices. ESG defines this unified approach as Workplace Delivery Platform.
Though current delivery models fall short of this business demand, a growing number of vendors have stated their intentions to innovate workplace delivery platforms that focus on the management and support of various delivery models and devices.
This report addresses:
The market status of workplace delivery today, and related issues challenging IT.
The workplace delivery platform, what it is, and how it addresses the IT security conundrum of securing corporate access while improving the end-user experience.
The current, planned, and future market vision and transition strategies.
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