ALL APPS, ALL DATA
A computer on a desk used with native applications or applications available from a browser; a “fat” client used to access remote applications hosted on premise servers or in the “cloud” : this is the robot portrait of the old-school common workstation.
Since then the devices have diversified :
Since then the devices have diversified: desktops became laptops, hybrids, tablets, smartphones, thin clients or even Chromebooks. So many devices suitable to each usage and each user, implying so many systems to inventory, maintain, update and secure.
It is frequent that the same user may have a set of devices, provided as a package, that must be synchronized to not lose anything by moving from one to another.
simplifies access to applications and data, facilitates information sharing and collaboration. It reduces the number of computers to a single one: the smartphone, a true digital companion, a Swiss Army knife, a camera, a recorder, a flashlight, a GPS, and already connected to the company's network: messaging, box, drives, spreadsheets, text editors, presentations, photo editing and many others.
The Digital Workspace by Auxens
Thanks to mobile productivity software suites such as Microsoft Office, it’s possible to write a document on a smartphone. Then, connected to a screen or docking station, it’s possible to continue editing with Microsoft Office 2016, the virtual application published by the company's IT department. Virtual applications are accessible from a simple icon in the OXI start menu.
ONE USER ENVIRONMENT
With the OXI user environment, business and legacy applications are just a click away from the user.
OXI authenticates the user with the company and shows all the applications and data corresponding to his professional profile.
Synchronized and backed-up data volumes from the company are stored securely on the smartphone while being remotely erasable
OUR DIGITAL WORKSPACE
MEETS THE BEST
OF THESE 2 WORLDS
OFFICE AND MOBILE
Advanced production: for rich publications with as much work on the content and on the form.
Structured exchanges: allowing decision-making based on long and asynchronous exchanges.
collaborative documents writing and information sharing internally and externally.
Give a one click approval: like a post, annotate or comment directly on the body of a document, react on content.
Quickly take notice of information: read notifications, access the latest version of a document, discover news.
Interpote a colleague: organize virtual meeting to make quick decision, manage tasks, steer the activity.