Future-Proofing your business - white paper.
To learn more about the challenges facing businesses in a mobile environment, and what you can do to take back control.
To learn more about the challenges facing businesses in a mobile environment, and what you can do to take back control, download our free white paper.
How you can maintain control in a mobile-first world
Businesses will have to get used to the concept mobile-first. In a changing IT environment, the likes of smartphones and tablets should no longer be seen as nice-to-have extras that may offer a productivity boost and greater flexibility. Rather, they are now increasingly viewed as essential parts of any business.
Nearly half the global workforce will be mobile-enabled by 2023, and with new innovations such as 5G, Wi-Fi 6 and the Internet of Things all offering better wireless connectivity and more powerful mobile applications, businesses need the right solutions to control and manage this new environment.
But with more people using work mobile devices, and employee and business-owned devices needing to co-exist in constantly-changing environments, it can be easy to lose control of these assets, which could leave businesses paying more than they need and harm productivity.
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Mobile gadgets are a crucial part of any business today, but keeping control of this ever-growing category of devices can pose numerous challenges. And one issue that’s likely to affect any enterprise is that of fragmentation.
Mobile is now an unavoidable part of any business. In fact, even if you haven’t got a formal strategy in place for managing this in your organisation – and you really should have – the chances are that there are already many mobile devices connecting to your network and accessing your data that you may not even know about