Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Feb 13-17
Majority of enterprises use more than 10 mobile business apps
A new report last week shows that a vast majority of companies use 10 or more mobile apps to conduct business. To weed through the many apps available on the market, many companies are also turning to Apple’s Volume Purchase Program in conjunction with a device management service to handle app distribution.
How can mobile technology lead business?
The market growth for enterprise mobility has been tremendous over the past couple of years, and it will continue on that trend for the near future. Organizations are recognizing how a mobile solution can keep employees happy and productive. As long as a mobile strategy is carefully implemented, companies can count on enhancing employees’ experiences.
Eight considerations for future-proofing your enterprise mobility strategy
You can expect a majority of workers to be on mobile in the near future. As this number grows, so too do organizations need to consider the challenges they may face as they bring people onto mobile for work. Considering what apps work best for your company, including security considerations, is important. Even for the most mature solutions, having a mobile-first culture is a good idea.
How the utility pricing model works with an enterprise mobility plan
As more companies embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), where workers use their personal devices to perform job functions, there are issues that arise when it comes to splitting up data plans. While there are a number of approaches, consider the required flexibility and balance between employee and company needs when defining your enterprise plan.