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Match Digital Workspace Delivery Systems To Your Organization's Workforce

Personas Help You Decide On Virtual Desktops, Virtual Apps, Or Native Apps

August 21, 2014

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  • By David Johnson
  • with Christopher Voce,
  • Michelle Mai,
  • Michael Caputo

Why Read This Report

The challenge: Give employees with a diverse range of work styles access to Windows-based applications and desktops across a wider range of devices and operating systems (OSes), without compromising either the employee experience or security and compliance requirements — all while cutting costs. In a recent report, Forrester introduced the rapidly evolving landscape of technologies for delivering access to applications and resources from any device. This report will help infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals identify their workforce's true needs, map the right digital workspace delivery tools to worker segments, offer guidance on how to optimize costs and plan a road map, and actually improve their workforce's technology experience in the process.

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Table of Contents

  • Technology Managers Struggle To Match Technology With Needs
  • Develop Personas To Represent Your Workforce's True Needs
  • Match Digital Workspace Technologies To Key Personas

  • Six Tips To Harness The Power Of Digital Workspace Delivery Systems
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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