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."
times have you needed access to your organization's line-of-business (LoB)
applications to carry out a key task, such as checking the availability of a
product before accepting an order or following up on an outstanding support
ticket for an important client, etc., but you find yourself away from a desk or
your laptop is without an Internet connection? What are you to do?
Do you know the four key steps for integrating wireless-specific requirements into your overall network security plan?
Don't let hidden costs undermine your mobility deployment.
What does the consumerization of enterprise mobility really mean?