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Key Elements of a Digital Workplace Architecture (Infographic)

Anbu Anbarasu By Anbu Anbarasu Digital Workplace: Senior Solutions Architect, Dell Technologies Consulting Services February 12, 2019

Enterprise applications aren’t going away, they’re at the heart of the business and will remain so. That doesn’t mean they should operate in silos. Organizations have a variety of business applications and IT solutions that all too often fall short on worker experience.  Many corporate intranets and portals either provide a collection of links to other applications or embed content from external sources – neither of which provide an engaging worker experience.

Why is that so?

The problem is that links take the workers to other locations rather than allowing them to have a cohesive experience within a single portal. Given that content often lives in multiple repositories managed by different vendors, searching or even browsing seamlessly to access the right information is a challenge. It becomes a spaghetti space that is frustrating and time consuming for the workforce. The solution is a unified Digital Workplace that collates information from multiple enterprise applications and provides the ability to perform actions without having to switch context. This is the difference between a productive, engaging experience and one that simply frustrates the workforce.

So what does a modern digital workplace look like?


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Anbu Anbarasu

About Anbu Anbarasu


Digital Workplace: Senior Solutions Architect, Dell Technologies Consulting Services

Anbu Anbarasu has been with Consulting Services since 2008, primarily helping customers with the digital workplace, collaboration and intranet strategy and solution implementations. He has performed current state assessments and gap analysis, identified technology options, devised implementation roadmaps, defined candidate architecture, developed and deployed collaboration and knowledge management solutions.

Anbu had led various Enterprise and Solution Architecture initiatives to deliver productivity solutions leveraging Cloud/Social/Mobile technology platforms. He specializes in cloud adoption assessments and strategy for large enterprise leveraging Public vs. Private vs. Hybrid cloud solutions, and mobile strategy leveraging MDM/MAM platforms for enterprise app stores and mobile web.

With over 20+ years of consulting experience, he has been responsible for leading large enterprise digital workplace initiatives, leveraging Dell Technologies global delivery model. He has extensive knowledge of Microsoft Platforms such as SharePoint and O365 for delivering the next generation intranet with improved user experience and employee engagement.

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