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IT professionals can deliver a single access point for resources to users on different devices with digital workspace services. This technology provides users with a location to access everything they need for their work, including the desktop itself, files, applications and more.
One of the most appealing aspects of digital workspace services is that users can access all of this from any compatible end-user device, such as laptops, tablets, PCs and mobile devices. From the user perspective, workspaces provide a convenient way to access their resources. For IT, workspaces provide one place to manage everything.
Vendors such as Citrix and VMware have a slew of features for their digital workspace services, Citrix Cloud and VMware Workspace One, that IT pros should be aware of. Some features focus on integration with existing services, such as Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), while other features help IT manage an increasingly mobile workforce.
Digital workspace services provide IT professionals with some promising functions and features that could ease their management burden by putting all end-user components in one management console, but they must understand how to handle these products. Find out if you know the latest features of different workspaces with this quiz.