Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Jan 30-Feb 3
How many workers actually use those enterprise mobile apps? A new survey sheds some light on how the market is progressing and how companies can improve their mobile solutions. Plus, find out how to best fight “shadow IT” by using compelling business apps.
Survey: Enterprises aren’t satisfying employee demands for mobile apps
Despite the availability of enterprise mobile apps, it’s common to find that many workers aren’t using them. Companies should see this as a missed opportunity and should work to understand how mobile apps can add benefit to their workers, whether it’s by helping them stay productive or by simply providing a better, more usable experience.
The three enterprise “smart” app trends that are transforming business processes
While many companies still rely on desktop computers and other familiar technologies to get work done, there is still significant efforts to shift some processes to mobile. It’s likely companies will be making investments in mobile technologies. With emerging trends like more secure and smarter apps in enterprise mobility, those investments can pay off.
Protecting enterprise data without locking it away
While there are many challenges that face organizations in attempting to implement a mobile strategy, one common occurrence is “shadow IT,” or the use of unsanctioned apps and software to perform work duties. Not only do organizations then need to make enterprise mobile apps compelling to use, they must also concern themselves with maintaining security across all platforms.
Wearable devices take enterprise mobility to the next level
As wearables become more readily available, so too are companies recognizing ways they can help productivity among many different industries. Not only will we start to see more enterprise mobile solutions that target the wearables market, but they can also be leveraged for workplace safety and meeting security requirements.