Ericsson, the global Swedish telecommunications giant have launched up a huge entirely 5G prepped up virtual workspace service that wholly removes up the reliance of the in-house IT expertise, physical bulky instalments as well as devices while offering up better reliable as well as secured networks access anywhere and at any given point in time.
Ericsson has pass in into a strategic joint alliance with Telarus, the major privately held master agent in the US, to market Ericsson Wireless Office via its large ecology of technology consultants.
The rooted security outline of Ericsson Wireless Office distributes a secure remote access service that permits the industries to secure in their applications from Internet threats while upholding regulator and governance of access over their contractors, partners, vendors, and workforces.
The global pandemic has amplified the requirement to operate remotely and fast-tracked the digitalization trend in workplaces. In 2030, almost 60 percent of white-collar work is projected to happen outside firm’s premises, according to a recent study by Ericsson Industry Lab. Ericsson Wireless Office reports industries’ requirements by acclimatizing their IT strategy to provision the digital remote-work models purely and securely.
Adam Edwards, CEO of Telarus, stated: “We are continuously seeking to expand our portfolio with innovative solutions that create real differentiation in the marketplace. Ericsson Wireless Office is spot on for today’s businesses as remote-work and hybrid-work models become the new norm. It’s truly a one-of-a-kind service that automates desktop provisioning and software license management, giving businesses a flexible work-from-anywhere capability.”
Dan Foster, Head of Global Sales at Ericsson Wireless Office, said: “The pandemic has changed the way we work and Ericsson Wireless Office addresses this transformation by delivering a 5G- ready office solution covering the applications, cloud, and communication needs for enterprises in one single solution regardless of their location or device, with no IT expertise required. Telarus is known for keeping its partner ecosystem at the technology forefront. We are confident that together, we can help businesses accelerate their digital transformation.”
Camille Mendler, Chief Analyst of Enterprise Services at Omdia, said: “Supporting flexible working became the number one technical challenge for US SMBs during the pandemic. Currently, 44% of SMBs are actively considering office-in-a-box solutions that bundle security, mobility, communications and productivity tools.”
Ericsson Wireless Office figures upon key Workspace as a Service (WaaS) technology, acquired from StratusWorX, a cloud technology service provider that distributes fully managed IT environments to small and mid-sized businesses. On July 31, 2020, Ericsson accomplished the acquisition of the StratusWorX WaaS Platform technology as well as the patent portfolio.
The solution empowers industries with restricted IT staff and budget to rapidly onboard workforces and consultants with access to high-performing virtual desktops, as well as business apps, compute, storage, and redundancy. Workforces can operate from anywhere using any chief operating systems or devices, be it a smartphone, a tablet, or a laptop.