As CIOs continue to build cloud, security and AI strategies, the proliferation of devices elevates the importance of end user computing once again to their desks. Devices play a strong role in enabling CIOs to capitalize on the trends of today’s business environment.
The proliferation of devices, combined with an increase in cloud computing, will result in a shift toward lighter (physically and OS-wise) computing experiences for most enterprise use cases. In our report, we posit that 80% of future computing experiences will be accomplished by light computing modes (in other words: smartphones, displays, browser-based laptops, etc.), while 20% will still require heavy compute resources for graphics, artificial intelligence (AI), and other workloads. Along with this 80/20 principle, we trace out four other features that will define the future of enterprise computing—and give recommendations for how CIOs can drive better employee experience as a result.
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