The challenges faced by public sector organizations such as Central Government, Local Government, and other state funded public services, are wide and varied.
From one hand having to manage limited budgets and cut costs even further, to siloed, legacy infrastructures. Then on the other hand they are being pushed to deliver modern, fit for purpose IT services to keep the end user communities more productive than ever before to demonstrate accountability, and value to the public.
With the Liquit Digital Workspace all of these challenges can be overcome, and also provide some innovative new ways of delivering end user services. Delivering applications and content for the to the end users couldn’t be simpler. End users can launch applications and review content from any end point device, whether that’s a physical PC, or laptop in the office, or from their own mobile devices, connecting remotely.
Providing an aggregated Digital Workspace allows Liquit to deliver all kinds of different application types, whether they are cloud-based software as a service applications, or applications that are installed onto physical end points, or even older legacy applications, all helping break down those different infrastructure silos.
As a direct result, end user productivity will increase, while the need to engage IT for those simpler tasks will decrease, freeing them up to continue with more strategic, project based tasks.
Many public sector IT departments today act as service providers in their own right, responsible for delivering IT services back to a number of unique business/department functions. This is particularly true within Public Sector organizations such as Government, Local Government, and Emergency Services where the IT function has been abstracted from each of the individual organizations, centralized as one, and then delivered back as cost-effective services into each individual organization from that central location.
Deploying the Liquit Digital Workspace from a single set of centralized infrastructure would allow for each individual user, department, or organization to have their own unique and personalized workspace delivered to them, each one potentially containing an entirely different set of applications, services, and features. Again, all managed from one centralized IT team.
The Liquit Digital Workspace provides end users with a clean and simple view of all their applications, services, and content.
Application icons are displayed within a web-based portal with a customizable background that can also be branded with a company logo.
End users can further enhance their experience with the ability to resize icons, and add applications from the catalog, request access to new applications, or even build their own teams for collaborating and sharing content.
What makes Liquit so powerful is its ability to launch and manage the wide and varied number of applications and services available to end users today, with the big advantage of consolidating these into a single user interface, not only for end users to consume from, but for IT to manage the lifecycle of deployed applications from.