WHAT WE DO
Applications are what enables end users to be productive. A device without applications is just hardware. With the consumerization of devices into the workplace, end users are changing the device landscape within organizations and saving companies money by utilizing personally owned devices.
Droplet Computing enables the delivery of the applications end users want, to the device they want to use, all without the need to change the application in any way.
Droplet Computing’s semi-connected container means that end users are able to work online or offline, guaranteeing productivity. As containers are isolated, organizations can rest assured that the end user and their data remain secure at all times.
Devices in the workplace have changed. End users are far more ‘tech savvy’ and want to use the device of their choice. The traditional desktop PC has changed into a laptop, Chromebook, tablet, or smartphone. Application vendors have tried to keep pace by developing apps or delivery methods for each of these devices.
However, end users want the familiarity of the applications they want on the device they use – they want the full experience not just the “cut-down” version.
Droplet Computing containers enable the full version of a Windows app to be delivered to the device of choice, securely and with the familiarity and functionality the users need – even if the app is not written natively for that device.
Little has changed in app delivery during the past 20 years with apps needing installers written and developed for each of the different device platforms.
With Droplet Computing’s semi-connected container technology, you can now deliver your new and old apps in exactly the same way – regardless of the device, using a secure container, accessible when online and offline, enabling end users to work whenever and wherever they want to.
Administrators can build a portfolio of apps and containers based on user type, application type, or even access type. End users start by simply launching the container app on their local device and then launching their apps from within the container workspace interface