Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: May 23-27
A mobile-first strategy can reimagine business
Mobilizing your workforce can be easy to implement: after all, nearly everyone is using a smartphone, and increasingly people are accessing the web from mobile devices. What’s important for an organization to consider is how to best take advantage of the flexibility and ease of access that mobile can provide: if it’s a priority for your company, you can expect to see improvements in productivity.
How smartphone leasing could transform enterprise mobility
For employees who want to always have the latest technology, and for companies looking to manage device ownership for security reasons, smartphone leasing may potentially be a viable option to fulfill both needs.
Left to their own devices
In organizations where BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has been adopted, MDM (Mobile Device Management) is often used in tandem in an effort to maintain security of corporate data. What happens though, is that the BYOD program can fail because of the heavy-handedness of many MDM solutions. Users feel that their privacy can be violated, or that they can be locked out of their devices completely should a compliance issue arise. What’s happening now then is IT can look to MAM, or Mobile App Management as a better solution that balances securing of company data with keeping users own data separate.
Redeveloping enterprise mobility apps for faster business growth [VIDEO]
In looking at enterprise mobility over the next couple of years, what is on the horizon? Enterprise mobile apps must be simple, useful, and quick. What this means then is that over time many enterprise solutions will need to be rewritten in order to fulfill those needs. In the future, business analysts will want to be able to port their business knowledge to mobile, and so solutions that provide for no coding will be the leaders.