8 Factors to Consider when Creating your Enterprise Mobility Plan

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This whitepaper examines the opportunities and challenges that mobile devices can bring to organisations, and proposes that an architectural, ordered approach will be needed to deliver long-term mobility solutions that will keep pace with user expectations, device capabilities and web/cloud services.

Among the eight key factors highlighted by BlinkMobile in this paper are:

  • Business Process Mobilisation
  • Handling Differing Rates of Technology Change without Limiting Opportunity
  • Horizontal Productivity Apps
  • Activity-Oriented Applications
  • Starting with the User

Development is vitally important, but so too is agility and the ability to respond quickly. Being able to start small and scale up is a huge factor, and this is where cloud technologies play a major role. But such flexibility can't be at the expense of robust infrastructure, security, reporting and analytics.

While open systems and robust middleware allow you to abstract existing technology layers from each other, stay focused on the user and the outcomes sought from each activity, and embrace what's new without breaking what's already in place.

These are the attributes that are quickly forming on the mobility "wish list" of today's forward-thinking enterprises.

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