Today, everything’s going mobile at a dizzying pace – with cell phones, tablets, PDAs, laptops, Wi-Fi networks and virtual private networks (VPNs). Business on the move is business as usual. Here’s the latest forecast from IDC, which predicts that the world’s mobile worker population will pass the one billion mark this year, to form more than a third of the world’s workforce by 2013.
There’s little question that mobility has moved from the sidelines to the mainstream of information technology. But the big question is: what’s the best way to ensure that mobility delivers maximum value to your organization? Before you incur additional spends or lose valuable time, we suggest you bring your company in for a “mobility inspection”, courtesy of AT&T.
See if your mobile strategy makes business sense, and examine what’s working and what’s not. Think of it as check-up service for any company that’s on the go. This white paper will help you chart out a comprehensive roadmap. This way, you can devise an enterprise-wide plan to introduce mobility first where the payback is greatest, and deliver unanticipated value. Read it and you’ll be on your way.
Mobility is radically changing the ways people work and reshaping the workplace itself. Equipped with powerful new mobility tools, employees today can work productively from virtually anywhere. Its growing potential to strengthen organizational performance has moved mobility from the sidelines to the mainstream of information technology. Organizations intent on maximizing corporate performance must incorporate mobility as a fundamental component of their strategic plans.