Enterprise mobility now impacts the large enterprises mobile strategy to a huge extent. The world of enterprise mobility is here, it’s how things are now done. For companies who get it right, it is a very exciting and full of opportunity moment for them. However, for most enterprises this is new territory, so getting some help makes sense.
Enterprise mobility now results in a shift for Enterprise Strategy
The key message of the day is that you need to start with the following:
- Develop a mobile strategy.
- Evaluate the level of security you need.
- Select the software platform.
- Finally, you need to review available hardware options – phone vs tablets.
Currently, most enterprises start in the inverse order – hardware first and then often find there is a solution to device mismatch.
Not all operating systems (OS) are equal. Some OS do things differently than others. It makes sense to choose the device that will do the job best for your team. So start with developing a mobile strategy. Why are we doing this and what do we want to achieve?
Shifting from BYOD to CYOD with Enterprise Mobility
There is a tangible advantage to shifting from BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to CYOD (Choose Your Own Device). This is all about the enterprise managing the device environment and reducing risks. Add in some form of Mobile device management (MDM), and possibly some Container software, and you are on the way to secure management of your enterprise’s data in the field.
Enterprise Mobility Solutions Now Impacts Everything
Enterprise mobility is here. It’s how things are now done. Laptops, faxes, paper forms – it’s time to rethink. But start by scoping your current situation. What’s good about it and what’s not so good. Do you have a vision of how things could be? What are you currently doing to bridge the gap?
Most change is incremental and enterprises are already adapting to a mobile world. What else needs to happen to become 100% mobile in the capture, transfer and sharing of data?
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