Citrix today shared some examples of enterprise customers which are leveraging mobile workspace to empower people to work better.
These enterprises are in the U.S. Citrix did not name them.
A large U.S. healthcare organization deployed Citrix mobile workspace strategy to protect sensitive patient records while enabling clinicians and doctors to access documents from anywhere. With the implementation of a Citrix mobile workspace strategy, the organization is now able to meet HIPAA compliance requirements and deliver real-time access to critical patient information.
A state Department of Justice (DOJ) utilized Citrix mobile workspace solution that has enabled them to increase productivity across multiple departments. DOJ can now provide its employees, including law enforcement officers, with secure access to critical criminal justice information on mobile devices while meeting department and government compliance policies.
An elementary school leverages Citrix collaboration technology to hold classes during a snowstorm to keep from tacking on make-up days at the end of the school year. Teachers were able to broadcast the scheduled lessons to their students via iPads, allowing the students to attend classes from home in a safe and secure environment.
Steve Daheb, chief marketing officer, Citrix, said: “Each of them is leveraging the industry’s most complete mobile workspace solution from Citrix to empower people to choose when, where and how work gets done, giving them a new level of freedom, flexibility and choice that is helping organizations to succeed in this dynamic and transformative mobile era.”
With 61 percent of information workers today now working outside the office and using an average of three or more devices a day for work purposes, and 72 percent of workers feeling unequipped with the technology necessary to get their jobs done outside the office, organizations are struggling with how to embrace business mobility.
Moreover, technology decision makers are seeing security challenges in how to provide technology to these workers, with 67 percent expressing concerns about data protection on mobile devices.