Enterprise Operational Intelligence Spawns More Mobile Efficient Workforce

Harnessing Data To Measure Deployed Mobile Technology

Steven Lerner

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There are more digital devices out in the field than ever before. A larger mobile workforce means that IT departments are trying to overcome numerous security risks and connectivity issues that could threaten an entire organization.

Enterprises are turning to operational intelligence and analytics platforms as a solution. These platforms turn mobile devices into sensors to detect challenges before they occur, which helps IT departments get ahead of them.

Operational Intelligence provides enterprises with the visibility to monitor individual end-user behavior, device performance, data, and battery utilization. Despite the benefits, only 30% of enterprises were using mobile operational software platforms in 2017. We anticipate that usage of operational intelligence will increase with the growing focus on mobile security and productivity.

In this report we've outlined:

  • What to look for in an operational intelligence platform
  • How operational intelligence platforms can help limit data overages
  • How using data and monitoring can help enterprises gain visibility into challenges .