With the advent of new, better technologies, end-user computing (EUC) has transformed to deliver better application availability and better accessibility for employees. And innovation in the EUC space has done wonders, such as reducing operational costs, improving workforce mobility, and more.
Even so, why do so many EUC initiatives still fail? The answer lies in not fully understanding the work process in the beginning of an EUC project. But what else is responsible? And how can businesses ensure their EUC project succeed?
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