Regardless of industry or size, mobilising the enterprise is imperative for businesses and, says David McLeman, managing director at Ancoris, can transform an organisation and offer competitive business advantage
In 2011 enterprise mobility is truly taking off. Powerful smart phones are becoming the norm, while more powerful tablet PC’s such as the Apple iPad, Android-based Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Research In Motion (RIM) PlayBook are set to make major inroads into the corporate market over the next 12 months. Better, more powerful devices that allow mobility, plus increased bandwidth, have created a platform for mobile business applications.
The companies that will succeed in tomorrow’s economy will be the ones who embrace mobility. Organisational leaders will be able to provide their employees with the resources to work at any time, from any location and from any device. Enterprise mobility gives employees flexibility, which makes for a happier, more productive staff. However, devices such as smart phones, laptop’s and tablet PC’s only allow mobility. Effectively utilising this mobile capability relies upon there being a platform that allows employees to make the most of the virtual environment.
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