Partnering with tech giants like Microsoft, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Sophos to future-proof business IT management, Japanese technology company Konica Minolta on Thursday launched new enterprise IT solution Workplace Hub, said a company statement. The version one of Workplace Hub, to be available from October 2017, unifies all of an organization s technology via a single centralized platform. It provides more efficient and effective management of the disparate array of tools, services and devices used by modern organizations. Also Read - Realme announces 'D' under its TechLife division; will focus on smart home devicesAlso Read - Sony leading image sensor market, Samsung still trails behind
“Workplace Hub comes as an answer to the growing complexities associated with diverse work-related requirements. This will not only help businesses in significantly enhancing their output but will also lead to increased in-house efficiency,” Yuji Nakata, Managing Director, Konica Minolta India, said in the statement.
Workplace Hub drives efficiencies by reducing the overall costs of IT management and service provision, and providing real-time data-driven insights that help to improve business processes. The platform provides users with a central dashboard showing 360-degree visibility of IT usage patterns across the whole business, allowing for simple management and optimization of systems. ALSO READ: Konica Minolta launches Infinite print solutions and services in India
Moreover, the platform’s product roadmap includes future integration of Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Intelligent Edge and Decision Support capabilities as they become more central to the business environment of tomorrow. Global partnerships with HPE, Sophos and Microsoft delivered best-in-class hardware, security and IT solutions. Additional services from Canonical and BrainTribe brought the power of open source and advanced data management, helping to facilitate effective digital transformation for any business.