Digital transformation is an increasingly relevant subject in all industries, and banking is no exception. CaixaBank is the leading retail banking institution in Spain, with more than 16 million customers and considered as one of the most innovative in the world. With a penetration rate of 32%, it has the largest digital customer base in […]
Following the launch of our Digital Workspace Report, we’ve put together an infographic showing the key findings from the study, of which there were plenty. Did you know for example that:
- Over half of EMEA businesses (51%) that have successfully executed digital workspace initiatives saw improvements in their ability to more rapidly bring new revenue streams online
- This return on investment was driven by a combination of factors, the most prominent of which were: faster release of applications (34%) increased security of desktops and mobility devices (29%), and increased end-user effectiveness (28%).
As we step closer to one of the world’s largest mobility conferences, Mobile World Congress, we start thinking about how mobility plays a big part in organisations’ digital transformation efforts.
Successful digital workspace initiatives can lead to an improvement of mobile workforce effectiveness, and an increased return on investment achieved thanks to a faster release of applications. IT leaders also labelled mobile device management software as one of the key technologies needed to be able to transform into a digital workspace.
Come visit VMware at MWC in Hall 3 Stand 3K10 to find out more about our views on the digital workspace from some of our senior executives.