Transform physical, cultural and technological experiences to become a future ready organization. The digital workspace eliminates siloed experiences and supports employee productivity on any device, no matter where they work.Watch the Video (2:17) Download Whitepaper
Minimize downtime for employees by providing access to FAQs and a chatbot for discovery of corporate resources. Proactively remediate issues before they occur with digital employee experience management.
Keep employees up to date with personalized communications from IT, HR and more.
Eliminate time spent searching for apps and remembering passwords by providing a single launch experience for all apps.
Provide consistent experiences across mobile and desktop for access to corporate resources, no matter if employees are using personal or corporate devices.
Eliminate back-and-forth between multiple apps by providing personalized workflows for employees alongside other corporate resources that make it easy to be productive from any device.
Onboarding is a critical milestone in an employee’s journey. Provide an engagement platform that supports employees from the day they sign their offer letter, to their first day of employment, and beyond.
Engage employees by providing a single access point not only to applications, corporate communications and business tasks, but also to learning and continuous development content, surveys and more. Easily integrate with systems key to the employee experience journey.
For employees to feel safe in their working environment, privacy and physical safety are key. Protect employees who access corporate data on personal devices with a transparent view into exactly what types of data are and are not collected. When considering bringing employees back to the physical office, keep employee health as a top priority with integrated workplace solutions.
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When you have invested in a digital workspace platform that delivers critical services to employees, it is simple to communicate and execute a back-to-work plan. Technology can help provide the communications, surveys and applications needed for employees so that they feel safe and protected, no matter how and where they work.Register for the Return to Work Webinar
Intelligent Hub is the digital workspace application for employees to access critical work services on any device type. Integrate with third-party business systems with mobile flows to provide actionable tasks.
Supporting “bring your own” programs with security and privacy is an important aspect of distributed work cultures. Workspace ONE provides the most comprehensive set of BYOD options.
Digital employee experience management powered by Workspace ONE Intelligence proactively remediates employee experience issues by supporting visibility into device health and app performance.
Deliver quality IT support with Workspace ONE Assist, a comprehensive, fully integrated remote support solution. Maximize your end-user computing investments, while mitigating lost revenue, increasing productivity and improving employee satisfaction.
“Workspace ONE met our requirements of allowing us to give our front-line employees the information they can use to help our customers.”
– Rene Lopez, IT Managing Director, Delta Air Lines
Author Jacob Morgan defines employee experience as the combination of physical, technological and cultural experiences that an employee has throughout their lifecycle at an organization, starting with onboarding. Technology heavily influences both physical and cultural experiences, especially in today’s environment of distributed work.
Day 0 is defined as the time after an employee signs their offer letter but before their first day at work. This is a critical milestone in the employee’s journey, where organizations need to keep new hires engaged and excited about their work and the culture of the organization.
With the acceleration of digital transformation, and the imperative of the business to support flexible work, all organizations are now being measured on employee experience and its related effect on productivity. Employee experience is critical to the success of a shift to an “anywhere organization.”
The end-user computing landscape in many organizations is a number of silos—different devices and operating systems, identity and access providers, applications stacks and more. All of this provides a disjointed employee experience. Organizations are challenged to cut across these silos and provide an integrated and seamless employee experience to their workforce.
Optimize device lifecycle management for a mobile world. The most complete, modern management technology simplifies deployment, provides 100% cloud policy management, streamlines app delivery, automates patching and ensures security.
Combine intrinsic security across device, users, and apps to simplify the enablement of Zero Trust access control. Industry-leading modern management of all devices and access management across all applications makes zero trust access models a reality.