To make a smartphone the tool of choice for workplace productivity, IT has to provide the training and support the mobile worker needs to maximize use of the device for business tasks.
As wireless LANs become more critical to delivering core business applications, IT requires that these wireless networks be reliable, yet simple to maintain. The good news is that predicting radio frequency performance was once an art, but has now become a science.
Maintaining a focused approach is the best way to select a safety
inspection package that's right for your needs. By taking the time to
systematically research and evaluate your options, you'll avoid
regretting a hasty decision later.
Google Apps and BlackBerry smartphones can be a perfect -- and uniquely affordable -- combination for a small business.
In this final installment of our four-part series we'll discuss the remaining key steps to take for a successful implementation and deployment.
Threats are real, but you can secure WLAN & VoIP for your mobile workforce.
It's not brain surgery, but establishing a plan for mobility before you take that first step is a good way to avoid problems. Check out our step-by-step guide.
In Parts 1 and 2 of this series we explored the steps to take to mobilize enterprise data and application design considerations. In this installment, we explore the next steps in the implementation process, including client-side caching, coding business logic, and building the user interface.
In Part 1 of this tutorial series we explored the first steps to take to mobilize enterprise data.
In this installment, we'll discuss application design considerations as you architect your system.
Young employees are bringing new wireless demands to the workplace. In the latest installment of our ongoing Process & Strategy series, industry analyst Craig Settles asks leading enterprises for their top tips in dealing with the expectations of the "entitlement generation."