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End User Computing – How Does It Help Businesses?

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Are you wondering what end user computing is all about? Over the last decade, end user computing (EUC) has changed the face of IT infrastructure. EUC works by providing users access to business data and applications at any time, from anywhere in the world. This is done by connecting to a virtual desktop infrastructure, through the end-user’s own device.

End user computing offers support for a number of user devices including desktops and laptops, thin-client terminal devices, tablets, and even smartphones! These devices, of course, can be provided by the business to their employees or the business could implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model, wherein employees can use their personal devices to connect to their virtual desktops. Regardless of the means that are used, the benefits for businesses are many, especially right now, given that the pandemic has forced many employees across the world to work remotely. Here’s all you need to know about this technology if you are considering making the switch to EUC.

Why Should Your Business Consider End User Computing?

If improving your bottom line, increasing business efficiency, and supporting mobility are goals for your business, you need to adopt EUC. From a security standpoint, it offers several benefits. For instance, you can be sure that sensitive data will never reside on your employee’s (or any other end user) device. Instead, the end user will need to connect to the application server to access their confidential data.

This means even if a device is damaged, stolen, or lost, you don’t have to worry about your data being compromised if you have deployed EUC.

EUC also frees up your employees, so they are able to work from anywhere and at any time. This solves a number of problems for businesses and for employees. Eventually, this will save your business time, effort, and money – resources that can be channeled elsewhere to improve your business profits.

Key Benefits of End User Computing

    1. Centralized Management: Managing a number of desktops is a daunting task for your IT personnel. Imagine having to update each workstation every time there is an OS update or new software application. It would take days, if not weeks, for a large, dedicated team of IT professionals to update multiple desktops. EUC solves this issue for you with centralized management. This makes it immeasurably easier for your IT personnel to manage your IT infrastructure. Not to mention EUC will also reduce the need for dedicated IT staff.

 

    1. Bring Your Own Device Support: Traditionally, organizations of all sizes and industries provide devices to employees. While this may have sufficed in the past, it is no longer the case in the digital era. Employees, today, want the freedom to use their own devices for business tasks, especially if that means they will have the opportunity to work from anywhere.

 

    1. Secure Environment: Another key benefit is the enhanced security offered by EUC. Anunta’s end user computing technology will allow your employees to access business data and applications, without storing anything on their devices. You can further control this access using authorization technologies and modern authentication. Given how important it is to avoid data breaches or intentional cyber attacks, it acts as a safeguard against security threats and malware.

 

  1. Supports Business Mobility: While the pandemic has now forced scores of companies across the globe to migrate to a remote working style, there has always been a need for mobility – that is for employees to be able to work from any location remotely. Given the current state of affairs, the need for mobility is only going to increase. If you go the traditional route, this puts a lot of pressure on your resources and IT personnel since you will have to support all your employees with company-owned laptops and other e-devices that they can access from remote locations. That’s why switching to end user computing right now is a wise choice. With EUC, you can ensure that your employees are able to use their own devices to connect to virtual desktops, irrespective of where they are or whether they have organization-provided devices to work from.

Conclusion

Now that you know what end user computing services are, you know this technology provides a range of benefits. It may, of course, require some operational changes along different stages, starting from design to deployment. But, given its long-term benefits and the fact that it may just be the default computing model in the very near future, it’s essential to make the switch.

That’s where we come in. With our EUC solutions, we help your employees collaborate in real-time, in the most secure manner, helping you scale your business and giving your employees the opportunity to thrive in this remote working era. Our partnerships with some of the largest OEMs including VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, AWS and Google cloud, and helps us offer solutions that will benefit businesses in all sectors, be it healthcare, banking, finance, or anything else. To know more about our offerings and how our end user computing solutions can help your business, schedule a consultation with our experts at Anunta Tech today.

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Anunta is an industry-recognized Managed Desktop as a Service provider focused on Enterprise DaaS, Packaged DaaS, and Digital Workspace technology. We have successfully migrated 500,000+ remote desktop users to the cloud for enhanced workforce productivity and superior end-user experience.

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