Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-Up: May 11-15
► Windows 10 Editions Announced; Windows Phone to Become Windows 10 Mobile
This week Microsoft, in the midst of announcing a plethora of versions of Windows 10, has revealed that Windows Phone will be rebranded to Windows Mobile, indicating that their platform for mobile isn’t relegated to just the phone.
► Why Family Dollar prioritized mobile apps for employees, not shoppers
There’s no doubt that companies are investing a lot of time and money into building mobile initiatives. In an example of true ROI for mobile, Family Dollar employees are now saving hours of time completing simple processes using iPads.
► Enterprise Apps Take Hold At High Speed
Indeed, organizations across all industries are ramping up mobile adoption by embracing different mobile app approaches to address their most common processes.
► 5 Tips To Find The Right MDM Product
In order to best protect company data while still enabling some level of privacy for employees you may be evaluating a Mobile Device Management (MDM) platform to suit your needs. Here are some tips on finding the best one for your company.
► Enterprise Mobility: User Adoption Is Key To Success
Regardless of what approach you take to keep data secure, no enterprise mobility strategy is successful unless your employees are on board. Ensuring your enterprise apps are easy to use and mirror consumer experience are sure fire ways to foster adoption.
► Galaxy S6 edge an impressive enterprise phone — with one big exception
Apple’s iPhone and the Galaxy Samsung phones are neck-and-neck when it comes to distribution across enterprise devices. With the introduction of the Galaxy S6, some wondered if this could be the phone to overtake the iPhone 6 among worker popularity. Although it’s a beautiful phone, the battery life and some apparent bugs in Android Lollipop could turn away business users.