Enterprise Mobility

Posted On: December 23, 2013

In the recent technological world, the days of being tied to one’s desk for 45+ hours a week are long gone. Masses have experienced that in today’s wireless working environment, mobile devices are the new desktop, opening the corporate doors to a new level of consumer and employee access and communication. In an effort to stay connected, get more done in less time and to perform their duties efficiently employees at all levels are increasingly mobile and “wired,” using sophisticated Smartphones. In fact, even having to meet in one central location for a meeting has become a thing of the earlier times, thanks to a concept called enterprise mobility.

Enterprise Mobility is the trend toward a shift in work practices, with more human resources working far from the office and using mobile devices and cloud services to execute business tasks. Mobility can help companies leverage contextual data to reach out to their customers more effectively. It not only refers to mobile workers and mobile devices but also to the mobility of corporate data.

An employee may upload a corporate presentation from his or her desktop PC to a cloud storage service, and then access it from a personal iPad to show at a client site. Enterprise mobility can enhance employee productivity, but it also gives birth to security risks. Enterprise mobility management products, such as data loss prevention technologies, are available in the market to help IT departments to deal with these risks.

Mobility has vast potential to transform business, deliver faster response time, enhanced customer service, improved productivity and increased turnover. However, supporting, managing and securing your mobile deployment present numerous challenges. Various leading Enterprise Mobile Management platform provides both Mobile Service Management and Mobile Device Management in one solution.

Top IT giants give organizations the ability to offer improved business operations through Enterprise Mobility. New kinds of mobile applications can be built, processes can be participated in on any device and the right information can be delivered to the right people, wherever they are to take the right step and make the right decision.

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