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Sådan kan du arbejde effektivt uanset tid, sted og type af enhed
Hvad nu hvis dit arbejde, din information, dine processer og teknologien bag ved, var organiseret på en måde så det passede til din organisation – alt sammen guidet af en intelligent udgave af det digitale arbejdsrum? Det er visionen bag Atea og Citrix´s samarbejde med digital workspace – en smartere og mere effektiv måde at arbejde på.

I dette whitepaper kan du derfor læse om, hvordan du kan skabe et mere effektivt og brugervenligt arbejdsrum uanset tid, sted og enhed. En løsning der på en gang er både enkel og som sætter brugeren i centrum.

* Indsigt i Citrix og Ateas arbejde med digitale workspace
* Se hvordan du kan arbejde effektivt uanset tid, sted og type af enhed
* Se mulighederne med et moderne digital workspace på tværs af branchen

Dette whitepaper er sponseret af Atea

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