Overcoming The Top Five Barriers To Becoming A Mobile-First Enterprise
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Today, business is being transacted around the clock, from anywhere, and on a wide variety of devices. A burgeoning mobile workforce and enhanced business processes ignited by mobile applications are calling for more flexibility in how, when, and where employees can work (and with whom), as well as pushing for easy and secure access to the information and applications they need to be more productive and do their jobs more efficiently.
But while businesses are embracing more flexibility in workstyles, IT has the unenviable task of delivering on a variety of security, threat detection, network, file protection, and user productivity challenges. IT must not only secure business critical data and endpoint devices (both corporate-owned and personal), but also meet compliance, and provide an enhanced user experience (think improved security, access, collaboration, and communication)—all the while working with siloed platforms, inadequate solutions, and legacy applications.
In this report you will discover
- The main trends influencing enterprise mobility and how they can be addressed
- The obstacles for companies wanting to become a Mobile-First enterprise
- How these can be overcome throughout the transformation journey