End-User Computing Market size is slated to accrue potential gains over the span of 2021-2027, primarily driven by the expanding trend of digitization and BYOD, which has enabled enterprises to tap digital opportunities for their business expansion and growth. It would be crucial to note that 59% of organizations worldwide adopt BYOD, paving way for the market development.
Massive growth is expected from virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions segment through 2027. VDI is a technology that makes use of virtual machines to deliver and manage virtual desktops. It hosts desktop settings on the main server and implements them to end-users on request. The technology offers innumerable benefits including user mobility, flexibility, ease of access, and enhanced security. Moreover, a profound growth in cloud computing is likely to expand the growth scope of VDI solutions globally.
Various companies are now looking forward to deploying virtual desktop infrastructure in their premises to improve business productivity. For instance, Toyota Motor Corp lately announced working with Nutanix Cloud Platform to develop a VDI environment that can function 3D CAD software effectively, providing a new way of working for its Engineering Design Group.
Geographically, North America is slated to stand strong as a regional growth contributor to overall end-user computing market expansion. This can be attributed to the robust growth of network technologies, availability of advanced mobile platforms, increased extent of mobile workforce, and SaaS flexibility. Furthermore, the region is considered to be a pioneer of BYOD culture, which has resulted in its expansive incorporation of end-user computing. It has been reported that 78.48% of organizations in the United States have been adopting BYOD activities since 2018.
APAC end-user computing market size is projected to observe considerable growth from 2021 to 2027 on account of the growing internet penetration and proliferation of smart devices in the region with the outgrowing presence of a huge mobile workforce. Reports suggest that the internet users in the Indian subcontinent grew by 4% in urban India, reaching 67% of the urban population in 2020.
Some of the prominent players operating in the end-user computing market space include Mindtree Limited (Larsen and Toubro), HCL Infosystems Limited (HCL Enterprise), Fujitsu Ltd. (Furukawa Group), Infosys Limited, Tech Mahindra Limited (Mahindra Group), and Nucleus Software Exports Limited amongst others. These business players have been adopting various strategic measures like collaborations, partnerships, mergers, to stand a level apart from others in the global space.
For instance, in March 2020, Mindtree Limited announced a strategic partnership with Realogy Holdings to support its ongoing digital transformation. Through this alliance, Mindtree is likely to introduce digitally enabled technologies in areas like managed services, application development, and others.
In yet another instance, Fujitsu, along with KBR and Leidos was chosen to transform the network infrastructure and end user computing that supports 70,000 ADF personnel during military operations.
The novel coronavirus pandemic outbreak has produced a positive spike in the growth dynamics of end-user computing market, given the potential transition of businesses to the digital space. This has eventually produced a need for a better computing experience and business effectivity, augmenting the market share.
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