A workspace is a technology framework that brings together all the applications, tools, and resources needed to get work done and collaborate securely, personalized for every individual in a digital world. It meets the needs of the modern hybrid workforce by enabling work to get done anywhere on any device—unifying and enhancing app delivery, access control, and security while removing friction and context switching.
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A successful workspace is one that unifies, secures, and simplifies work.
Unified by bringing together reliable access to applications of all types, including Windows, web, SaaS, and mobile apps, as well as all work resources and workflows across any work channel or location—in the office, on the road, or at home.
Secure by protecting the data while maximizing user experience. Secure access service edge (SASE) security policies integrate with mobile and endpoint management solutions, protecting data regardless of the device. It includes security features such as single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication, secure browsing, and a zero trust framework.
Simple by providing an intelligent experience that uses automation to guide and streamline work execution. This empowers employees and teams to be productive and engaged by removing friction and busy work so they can perform at their best.
Effective workspaces provide:
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The better the employee experience, the more engaged employees are in their work. At many companies, employees find their work is often stalled by having to log into multiple systems, apps, and devices. An intelligent space eliminates these obstacles and distractions, increasing employee engagement.
An effective workspace is one that ensures your company can continue operations even in times of crisis. Employees need to be able to work from anywhere without disruptions in their work. Intelligent digital workspaces make this possible by empowering employees to collaborate from any location, on any device.
A digital workspace uses machine learning to streamline and automate workflows. This saves employees from wasting time on repetitive tasks, such as creating reports. As a result, there is an increase in productivity and a reduction in overhead costs. Employees can also enjoy more flexible work by personalizing workflows and creating micro solutions to solve specific problems. An intelligent workspace simplifies managing and securing multiple apps and devices for the IT team as well, including remote data management.
The increasing number of people working remotely is also increasing the risk for compromised accounts. Permissions and privileges can be a tangled mess when dealing with multiple devices in multiple places. A cloud-based intelligent workspace improves security by offering single sign-on for every app and file across devices, thereby minimizing the range of exposure. Additionally, a central interface combined with user behavior analytics gives IT complete visibility into how data and applications are used in the company so they can manage role-based permissions easily.
Workspaces can be helpful for multiple use cases, and their applications grow every day. Below are the most popular uses for workspaces:
Citrix Workspace abstracts away complexity for customers and incorporates pre-defined integrations with hundreds of the most widely used applications. It automates workload provisioning and augments identity and access with adaptive security capabilities.
With Citrix, you can: