Top 10 from February: Enterprise Mobility Month in Review
February has been an exciting month in the Enterprise Mobility space, with a wealth of valuable thought leadership from within the topics of mobile apps, mobile security and mobility management.
There have also been some important announcements made alongside some exciting technology releases which will be rousing the interest of the market throughout the rest of the year. Listed below is our month in review.
This report presents insight into the entire spectrum of mobile apps within the enterprise, such as how to manage dated legacy systems, app development for various platforms, determining which apps can best contribute to achieving business goals, and understanding how to provide the best-suited apps for the workforce.
Our latest infographic looks at crucial areas of business decision making with relation to mobile solutions and trends over the next 12 - 18 months, including how solution providers are chosen, what obstacles enterprises are preparing themselves for, and what other significant developments experts expect to see emerge within the market.
This whitepaper outlines key components of MAM, including why legacy technology is insufficient for handling today's app-centric mobile strategies, how MAM can securely distribute apps via an enterprise app store while driving the highest levels of mobile app adoption, and the specific requirements for sourcing app-centric solutions for EMM.
An exciting and potentially game-changing announcement was made in February by BlackBerry, revealing plans to join the Android for Work programme with Google. This will enable organisations implementing any Android solution to leverage BlackBerry's strategic EMM services and security capabilities.
Readers of this new eBook will learn the four key business areas that are impacted by a mobile sales enablement solution, as well as gaining an understanding of why mobility now plays a crucial role in sales and marketing, and the advantages of mobile devices for those teams when working in the field.
We recently called on our extensive network of senior-level, experienced mobile and IT professionals, to explain to us how they have measured the impact of mobility within their organisations. This article highlights the areas which pracitioners have seen the most tangible benefits, and how they keep track of these in relation to ROI.
Read this eBook to learn the valuable benefits of mobilising field workers with mobile apps, including time saving through tools that ensure a productive work day, making a positive difference in the services delivered by field workforces, and enabling field technicians to make the right decisions, and do the right things, faster.
This month's regional focus, written by, Jacob Benadiba, Accenture Country Managing Director for Israel, looks at how Israel is highly advanced in terms of technology (and highly focused in terms of what companies want to achieve), and how enterprise technology use is dictated by the small size of the country.
Belgium's market leader in replacement parts and accessories for material handling, industrial and agricultural equipment, secures and manages hundreds of iOS and Android devices, as well as both custom-developed and third-party mobile apps, using the MobileIron platform, elaborated on in this article with commentary from Enterprise Mobility Exchange, Europe panelist Kalman Tiboldi, Chief Business Innovation Officer at TVH.
An exciting partnership between Vuzix Corporation and HeadApp has produced an innovative application for pilots that connects WiFly (an integrated system that collects and communicates every significant aircraft and flight data item in real time), with Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses, to create a Virtual Glass Cockpit.