Key Elements of a Digital Workplace Architecture (Infographic)
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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