Workplace management: organisational, technical, compliant
Benefit from automation, standardized processes and a better overview of assets, licenses and costs.
The University of Vienna is one of the oldest and largest universities in Europe and manages around 12,000 workspaces. These consist of managed and unmanaged devices at permanently assigned or alternately occupied workstations.
A unified administration of all workspaces, which is correct in terms of organization, technology and licensing, was to replace two systems operated in parallel. At the same time, the company wanted more transparency regarding assets, licenses and costs.
After the gradual implementation of Matrix42 Workspace Management, the University of Vienna now benefits from automation, standardized processes and a better overview of assets, licenses and costs.
Read this case study to learn more about:
- Integration of distributed and heterogeneous IT environments
- Standardization and automation of formerly manual ordering processes
- Conception and introduction of a comprehensive role and authorization concept
- Cost savings and transparency in license management