Global solutions provider Dimension Data this week launched its End-User Computing Development Model (EUCDM).
The tool is intended to help organizations learn more about the impact of end-user computing – the management and delivery of application services to any endpoint – on their IT and communications operations. And, from there, it guides them through implementation.
Overall, EUCDM helps firms “understand their current end-user computing maturity (their ‘as-is’ state) as well as their future need (their ‘to-be’ state), and identify the gap between the two, which ultimately determines their solution road map,” said Nadeem Ahmad, Dimension Data’s global technology director.
“Gone are the days when end-user computing was about managing a laptop or desktop,” Ahmad added. “In today’s fast-paced workplace – where employees are using two, three and even four computing devices with different capabilities, models, shapes, sizes, operating systems and security models – organizations are coming under pressure to change their approach to end-user computing.”
Dimension Data said its experts spent hundreds of hours developing the EUCDM resource.