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Every organisation needs to enable their employees to use their portable devices to work more effectively, productively and collaboratively. When you give your people access to data and services via their laptops, tablets and smartphones, you give them the power to work anywhere at any time. However, it is vital that, while doing so, you retain full control over corporate security and governance.

Use cases for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and mobility can be defined according to vertical markets, such as retail, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, education etc. This often generates new ideas for ways to benefit from mobile working that are unique to world.

The business benefits

  • Access to corporate data, applications and services from any mobile device
  • Improved user experience
  • Greater collaboration with colleagues, customers and partners
  • Higher productivity, efficiency and flexibility to work anytime, any place
  • Secure management and control of access to your data assets 
Enterprise Mobility and You

Enterprise Mobility and You

Enterprise Mobility is much more than just a network. It is an environment that enables people to work from anywhere, on any device, at any time. To create such an environment you need to build a fixed network within your facilities that can support a wireless environment. This will enable you to provide your staff and guests with secure access to corporate data, applications and services.

A properly designed enterprise network also generates data insights that can help you to:

Beyond the confines of your office, the enterprise mobility platform allows your people to access digital assets via cellular, public Wi-Fi, or other guest networks on any device.  

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a concept in which employees use their personal devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.) to work wherever and whenever suits them.

Employees now expect this level of freedom and flexibility. They check their emails on their smartphones on their way to work in the morning. Field salespeople often make pit-stops at coffee shops to take advantage of free Wi-Fi to respond to customer inquiries or move business opportunities along.

Executives often entertain clients out of normal working hours and want to stay in touch with whatever’s going on via their smartphones or tablets. Today’s working patterns have an ebb and flow that disregards the traditional 9-5, five days a week format.

Smartphone adoption is growing at more than 50% each year. This means that a further 1.2 billion smartphones will enter the global working arena over the next five years.

BYOD is about a mobility experience that exceeds expectations. Smartphones, tablets, and the cloud make it easier for employees to work with corporate data wherever they need to be. But it can present a serious corporate risk. Your data could easily end up in the wrong hands should an employee device be lost or stolen.

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