Traditionally end user computing was thought about in terms of a workers desktop or laptop device. Today the demands of business mean that workers need to be connected no matter what device, time, or place they choose. Mobility in IT has become a by word for the way that workers access information and this has created enormous opportunity for companies and organisations but it has also created a number of headaches especially around security and access.
Microsoft has overcome many of the problems created by modern workforce mobility with it’s new Windows 10 operating system, but when it comes to mobile devices, the dominant operating systems are iOS and Android. Fortunately Microsoft has addressed this issue with it’s open Mobility Solution for enterprises and SME’s alike, and the good news is the security features are built in to the product set rather than bolted on.
But IT departments have to contend not only with BYOD but also workers consuming cloud based services without IT’s involvement. This causes further issues around security and identity. Vigilant.IT can design and implement a single-sign on and identity solution that unifies your on-premise workers identity by extending it to the cloud with Azure Active Directory (AAD) and furthermore your corporate data can be protected as distinguished from a users private data and that protection follows the data no matter where it travels.
Where does the end-user computing environment start and end in your organisation? How will a user-centric enviroment impact your IT infrastructure, security, compliance, and governance?
You want to be able to deliver to your end users a consistent experience as they consume applications across multiple devices. To do this Vigilant.IT can help you design, implement and operate a standardised model with the right mix of technology to provide your users with the experience they demand, and giving you the manageability and security compliance you need.