There's no doubt that the success of enterprise tablets will depend on offering a rich community of applications, and as such, having an app store strategy for business customers is paramount.
There's a low pressure system moving into the enterprise, and it's being driven by smartphones and tablets. It's accompanied by high winds of change and regular flashes of brilliance. It's gathering momentum, and this storm isn't going to blow itself out anytime soon. It's the Enterprise App Storm.
Now that smartphones have become standard in the enterprise, IT is struggling with mobile information workers' pent-up demand for accessing business applications beyond e-mail, including ERP, CRM, and other often-used systems.
While smartphones have improved the productivity and convenience of the corporate road warrior, they have also opened up a host of challenges, including expensive cost sinkholes and new vulnerabilities to corporate security. Discover the most common mistakes companies make in designing a smartphone strategy.
Indoor 4G coverage faces a host of challenges, but potential solutions include distributed antenna systems and femtocells.
Is the individual-liable approach right for your enterprise?
There are many considerations when making legacy applications available to mobile workers using a mobile enterprise application platform.
Mobile customer relationship management (mCRM) gives your sales team the ability to access must-have customer information anywhere, at any time.
Fixed-mobile convergence solves problems created with the increasing mobility of the workforce. Find out how to decide which FMC solution
is right for you.
If you are looking to get data from your enterprise's core business applications to the wide array of device types used within most companies today, you have a plethora of choices to make. There are also several concerns to watch out for.