Enterprise computing is more and more centered around the user, but how will this trend affect the workplace and what changes will it make to productivity and the way systems are managed and delivered?
Torsten Volk, VP of product management, cloud at business software specialist ASG Software Solutions, was on hand to enlighten us.
What do you think will be the main trends for IT in the workplace during 2015?
TV: In 2015, the workplace will become more and more end user centric. Business staff, developers and IT operators will receive an individualised user experience that enables them to be more productive. All three of these user groups will be able to receive a more consistent interface from any PC or mobile device, with all the applications, content, services and business data they require.
This means, 2015 will be the year where enterprise IT becomes much more independent of the OS and truly focused on delivering a role based and unified user experience.