The digital workplace of the future will require instant access to new technology, user-centric products and greater flexibility. Fujitsu New Zealand and Microsoft are equipping local organisations for this change by working together to co-create solutions that deliver successful and forward-looking outcomes.
The Digital Workplace
The Digital Workplace is a hub full of insights and advice from digital experts to help you choose and deploy the right workplace technology for your business.
Everyone wants their employees to be the best they can possibly be. Today that means harnessing digital tools that will empower them to connect, collaborate and innovate – enabling them to be more productive and effective.
And those employees expect their workplace technology to be mobile, user-friendly, flexible – reflective of the experience they have as consumers.
But how do you deliver that without compromising on security?
It’s a tough balancing act.
The Digital Workplace resources include in-depth views, top tips and handy guides from industry experts on enabling a digital workplace.
Fujitsu enabled the New Zealand Qualifications Authority to boost its digital capability using Office 365.
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) oversees exams and assessments for secondary school students and assures the quality of non-university tertiary training providers. With a goal to have all exams (where appropriate) assessed online by 2020, NZQA is focused on leveraging the power of digital to prepare students for the workplace of tomorrow. Doing this starts by empowering their own staff to take advantage of new digital technologies.
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Fujitsu is an experienced systems integrator for Windows 10 implementations that enabled their customers to deploy modern and secure desktop operating environments. They help customers build an agile workforce which results in increased productivity, reduced IT costs and greater innovation.
Talk to the Workplace Anywhere Team to find out how you can use their deployment services to run a proof of concept.
GoDaaS – Government Desktop as a Service
The User Centric Managed Desktop
GoDaaS is a managed desktop service built for the New Zealand Government. Fujitsu is a member of the Government ICT Common Capability DaaS panel.
Statistics NZ deployed Fujitsu Government Desktop-as-a-Service to enable secure access to critical applications for thousands of users, and real-time data collection. The solution was instrumental in maintain services in the disruption following the Kaikoura earthquake.
GoDaaS isn’t just virtual desktops; it is a full end user workspace service that provides traditional and virtual desktops, remote support, onsite support, application packaging, and hardware devices. GoDaaS is based on Fujitsu’s global DaaS service which supports over 200,000 users and Fujitsu’s global experience as one the world’s largest ICT service providers.
Fujitsu combines our global virtual computing solution, our trusted desktop management experience, proven application packaging processes and world class onsite support offerings to deliver a comprehensive desktop service.
Microsoft Partner Award Winner
Fujitsu New Zealand was awarded Windows Devices and Deployment Partner of the Year at the 2017 Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards.
Matt Bostwick, Partner Business, Evangelist, Microsoft NZ had this to say about Fujitsu:
“Fujitsu New Zealand is a leading provider of end-user computing and has unquestionable best-in-class capability around Windows 10 migrations with over 15,000 seats deployed in 2016.
Fujitsu’s offering was scalable and was replicated across both the enterprise and small business markets. The business impact for their customers is clear, with an obvious ROI and great satisfaction.”