By 2020, 50% of workers will be remote.
Source: Fast Company
Future of Work
Rapidly maturing technology opens opportunities to develop new business models, spark innovation, nurture product development, and engage customers in meaningful experiences. In their choices for infrastructure, mobility, and digital dexterity, every business shapes the future of work. Citrix is on the front line of this transformation, removing barriers and finding opportunity in new technology. Together we are all building the way the future works.
Work becomes more personal
A new generation of workers expects more meaning and autonomy from work. They crave technology that’s powerful, intuitive, and anticipates their needs. Their expectations of work, devices, apps, and security change and businesses must adapt to meet those changing expectations.
New devices and tools are adopted
As new devices and cloud-based services become available, businesses need a technology-agnostic approach to integrate, manage, and secure every new device and service—even those that don’t exist yet.
The productivity gap closes
Technology promises to make us more productive, and yet, the rate of productivity has actually declined—in part, because the complexity of implementing technology drags productivity down.
A software-defined perimeter for work with no walls
As work becomes independent of place, the transition to digital business presents challenges for securing infrastructure, devices, and data. Designing and deploying an intelligent, software-defined perimeter means you can secure your organization’s infrastructure, empower your customers and employees, and grant IT flexible control.
Balancing security and flexibility—at scale
Current security approaches leave gaps in IT control and disappoint users who seek real flexibility and secure choices. The key to achieving the right balance lies in contextual awareness—the ability to tailor security to each workspace.
Securing the Internet of Things
The proliferation of new devices, each generating volumes of data that need to be stored, managed, analyzed, and secured, requires a technology-agnostic approach to unifying security.
Innovation on demand
Cloud technology drives new business models and changes how we see the future of work. We can now seamlessly shift devices and locations without interrupting workflow. We can store, manage, and act on volumes of data from IoT devices while scaling to meet sudden shifts in customer demand, competition, and business models.
Containing cloud sprawl
Moving to the cloud changes the game. But managing the sprawl of private, public, hybrid, and multi-cloud with a diversity of vendors, services, and standards can weigh business down. The future of work requires aggregating, orchestrating, and securing all these cloud services into an integrated, secure digital workspace.
Realizing the full benefits of cloud while avoiding complexity and security challenges requires a unified, contextual, and secure digital workspace. IT and users co-create a software-defined perimeter that protects the business, data, and infrastructure. Digital workspaces secure and integrate technologies, platforms, devices, and clouds, ensuring that organizations can operationalize the future of work and drive business forward.
Digital workspaces provide a single pane of glass through which IT can configure, monitor, and manage your entire technology infrastructure.
Digital workspaces use machine learning to adapt to each worker’s patterns and exceptions so they can get work done securely, wherever they are.
A software-defined perimeter grants safe access and full visibility across the network and user ecosystem.
Citrix is engineering the most comprehensive, integrated digital workspace to help customers transform how they work.
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