Enterprise networking major Lenovo today said it will unveil Unified Workspace on Cloud, a hosted workspace solution, at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Florida, October 16 to 20.
Lenovo Unified Workspace Cloud is available in the United States.
By deploying Unified Workspace Cloud, enterprises will gain from productivity, innovation, and profitability because they can offer employees with simplified access to their applications and content via single sign-on on any device.
Lenovo said businesses and enterprise CIOs are making investment in technology policies and tools to achieve flexible, agile and secure working environment.
# Losses estimated at $30 billion per year in the US economy resulting from millennial turnover
# 20.8 billion connected devices will be in use by 2020
# 91% of employees feel more productive working remotely
Unified Workspace Cloud from Lenovo enables a simplified, centralized way to deliver apps and content to any device. Gartner predicts that by 2017, 15 percent of enterprise organizations will have deployed a workspace aggregator, up from one percent in 2013.
Lenovo’s on-premise version of Unified Workspace currently has over 3 million seats deployed across 600 customers in both the private and public sectors.
Lenovo Software has created a virtual reality experience for Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando that immerses viewers in a vision of the modern workplace. Designed for Oculus Rift and running on Lenovo IdeaCentre Y-series gaming machines, the experience combines 360-degree video and CGI to guide viewers through the evolution of the employee digital experience.
Viewers are taken through data visualizations of key workforce trends, an interactive arcade style game where users explore the challenges faced by IT, and an in-depth virtual demo and technology deep-dive.