When new employees join an organization, the enterprise IT will typically encounter quite a few challenges. The first and most important step would be to onboard these employees, but this often proves to be the most challenging given the many procedures that are involved. Extensive procedures for giving access to multiple apps relevant to each job-role consume both time and money. More time spent on onboarding equates to expenditure an organization has to incur. On the other hand, lengthy onboarding programs will dampen enthusiasm and often results in exasperation, both for the employee and the enterprise. Once on-boarded, employees will have to maintain various passwords, depending on the number of apps they would be entitled to access. Keeping track of many passwords is generally cumbersome for any app user.
This white paper will discuss how workspace aggregators are helping IT departments and how their end-users support legacy apps, while embracing mobility and device diversity; it will also focus on how these consolidate management across PC, Web, and mobile apps and data, and enable effective delivery of resources to the right users on the right devices. The paper will further discuss how WSO2 App Manager, a multi-platform app store geared with enterprise-wide app security and monitoring, meets your enterprise’s workspace aggregation requirements. It will discuss how this benefits enterprise IT with enhanced compliance to organization segregation of duties via role-based app access.
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