Contextual-Based Delivery

Deliver a personal end user experience to end users by defining what, when, and how their Digital Workspace is delivered, based on job role, end-point device, or location.

Ensuring and guaranteeing end user productivity is all about delivering the right end user experience, on the right device, based on the location of the end user. Or put simply, delivering the right app at the right time.

The Liquit Digital Workspace is all about delivering the appropriate workspace based on context. The context of who the user is, what type of end point device they are using, and where they are connecting from.

To simplify the process for the IT teams, the Liquit Digital Workspace solution employs an integrated context definition manager (CDM) that enables you to determine and apply the filters to all the resources available to the end users. It allows you to define what, when, and how features and functionality are delivered to an end-user based on the role of the end user within the organization, the type of device they are using to connect from, and finally the location from where they are logging in from.

Taking this approach solves the question around security, and the ability to ensure that end users can only access certain sensitive applications and content from authorized devices and locations.

Key Features

Liquit enables the delivery of a users workspace independent of the type of end point device they are using, or where they are working from.

Deliver applications to the Liquit Digital Workspace, whether SaaS-based, published, or installed on the end users local device.

Remove the complexity behind delivering the right application, on the right device, for the right user. Just deliver the familiar application icon regardless of the delivery mechanism.

Deliver the best user experience possible, with a single web-based portal, accessible on any device, that intelligently delivers functionality, content, and resources to the end users.

Deliver a personal end user experience to end users by defining what, when, and how their Digital Workspace is delivered, based on job role, end-point device, or location.

Share the Digital Workspace between team members, allowing users to invite other users to share content and resources to aid end user productivity and collaboration.