Today's workspace aggregators support limited use cases. To meet end-user computing needs in the digital workplace, technical professionals focused on mobile and EUC must treat workspace aggregators as only partial tools for enabling unified workspaces.
- Workspace Aggregators Were Conceived in a Desktop Age, but Born Into a Mobile World
- Workspace Aggregators Must Mature Mobile Integrations and Contextual Awareness to Enable Unified Workspaces
- Mobile and EUC Architects Must Demand a Unified, Not an Identical, Workspace User Experience
- Machine Learning and Behavioral Analysis Will Drive Workspace Aggregator Value, but Will Require the Cloud
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