Posts tagged for “Mobility”
Wearables offer promise to organizations in various industries looking to benefit in areas such as increased process efficiency, enhanced employee engagement and customer service, and improved worker safety in dangerous work conditions.
Posted by: John Almasy on June 24th, 2015
With more financial institutions prioritizing “back office” operations, a growth in specialized services has afforded banks with the ability to outsource without sacrificing quality or cost.
Posted by: Brendan Crowe on June 17th, 2015
To be successful with this two-speed methodology in the area of mobile application development requires a diverse set of people with complementary strengths.
Posted by: Weston Morris on May 21st, 2015
Mobility is fundamentally changing the traditional application development and deployment methodology. Establishing a holistic app management framework will help ensure all apps within an enterprise can be assigned, configured, secured, managed, and interoperable.
Posted by: Carl Grzybowski on April 29th, 2015
Tech moves fast. Regulators, as a rule, do not. In one area after another we are seeing – or should expect to see – regulators metaphorically putting up the yellow flag.
Posted by: Robert Olson on April 22nd, 2015
Is there a place for BYOD in the Public Sector? In this blog post we look at three distinct use cases for BYOD, each with their own security concerns and techniques to address those security concerns.
Posted by: Weston Morris on April 14th, 2015
Given the stellar growth of mobile devices and new consumer software and services, company's response has been to design for mobile devices before investing in traditional desktop computers. This results in a mobile-first strategy that prioritizes mobile users over desktop users.
Posted by: Carl Grzybowski on March 13th, 2015
Organizations have become global, 24/7 operations. Time zones are merging, Teams are seldom based in the same location. Employees spend more time away from their offices. This post discusses how to overcome such challenges to achieve the potential of mobility.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on February 27th, 2015
End user experience is the catalyst behind a whole gamut of technology trends which come together to redefine the topography of enterprise IT. So, what exactly are the key trends to watch out for in 2015?
Posted by: VFTE Editor on January 9th, 2015
Did you know in the enterprise iOS now accounts for 69% of all mobile device activations, compared to 29% for Android and 1% for both Windows Phone and everything else. For this reason among others, understanding the Apple ID has become increasingly important to the enterprise.
Posted by: Carl Grzybowski on December 5th, 2014