In February 2019, Network World from IDG published an article on “Omni Users” worth sharing partially here because CoffeeBean’s Identity and Access Platform would enable Omni Users to access corporate applications.
“The Next Disruption: The Business Benefits of Supporting Omni Users
The digital age has created a new type of end-user: the “omni user.” Omni users are an emerging class of knowledge worker that not only require constant access to applications, data, and content, but also the same access to modern technology at work that they have at home in order to reach peak productivity. It is essential for modern digital organizations to properly support this new class of users, as omni users can steer their organizations in new directions and spur the innovation that digital companies need to thrive.
Omni users also need ready access at work to the same sets of tools and processes they’re already using at home—and for IT to support these technologies. For instance, an omni user might rely heavily on Apple computers, mobile devices, and wearables at home, but then must use Windows-equipped PCs at work. Or they might prefer the Google Chrome OS for their personal mobile devices, only to learn that their IT department doesn’t support it.”