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Enterprise Mobility: Driving the Industry Forward

 

At the beginning, the development of mobile technology was being driven primarily by individual and organizational innovators. The majority of enterprises were only beginning to explore the potential of mobile functionality beyond voice or e-mail, and many vendors were in the earliest stages of packaging offerings. While mobile phones were pervasive, only early-adopting industries, such as high technology and transportation/logistics, were demonstrably leading the market in implementing mobile applications for specific functions.

Now more companies are starting to deploy mobility solutions for individual business processes and functions. Still, despite some early successes, many have yet to develop truly enterprise-wide solutions driven by a forward-looking mobility strategy. At the same time, hardware, software and services have varied significantly in quality, interoperability and security across regions and providers and we are now beginning to see more innovations in the enterprise mobility.

Telecommunication carries are currently racing to improve broadband network to accommodate more use of mobile data, including for phone calls which were traditionally made through voice network. This new world allows businesses to interact with customers, employees, assets, products, and other businesses in real time, anytime, from any location with their mobile devices.

Let’s give an example. An employee who is creating a document using their PC in office will be able to continue their work anywhere using their mobile devices. This new style of working will increase the employees’ productivity as well as improve their work life balance by no longer having to spend overtime in office.

Security, however, may be an issue in implementing enterprise mobility solution. To address this challenge, a company can create a strong yet acceptable policy for employees.

Studies showed that employees who use mobile devices for work could increase their productivity by an estimated nine hours per week—the equivalent of one extra day of work for every employee—and 50 times per year. Extended across the entire workforce, this pattern will help businesses of all sizes achieve better results and be more competitive.

At the beginning, the development of mobile technology was being driven primarily by individual and organizational innovators. The majority of enterprises were only beginning to explore the potential of mobile functionality beyond voice or e-mail, and many vendors were in the earliest stages of packaging offerings. While mobile phones were pervasive, only early-adopting industries, such as high technology and transportation/logistics, were demonstrably leading the market in implementing mobile applications for specific functions.

Now more companies are starting to deploy mobility solutions for individual business processes and functions. Still, despite some early successes, many have yet to develop truly enterprise-wide solutions driven by a forward-looking mobility strategy. At the same time, hardware, software and services have varied significantly in quality, interoperability and security across regions and providers and we are now beginning to see more innovations in the enterprise mobility.

Telecommunication carries are currently racing to improve broadband network to accommodate more use of mobile data, including for phone calls which were traditionally made through voice network. This new world allows businesses to interact with customers, employees, assets, products, and other businesses in real time, anytime, from any location with their mobile devices.

Let’s give an example. An employee who is creating a document using their PC in office will be able to continue their work anywhere using their mobile devices. This new style of working will increase the employees’ productivity as well as improve their work life balance by no longer having to spend overtime in office.

Security, however, may be an issue in implementing enterprise mobility solution. To address this challenge, a company can create a strong yet acceptable policy for employees.

Studies showed that employees who use mobile devices for work could increase their productivity by an estimated nine hours per week—the equivalent of one extra day of work for every employee—and 50 times per year. Extended across the entire workforce, this pattern will help businesses of all sizes achieve better results and be more competitive.

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