PowWow Mobile partnered with Enterprise Mobility Exchange to survey IT professionals about their 2017 digital transformation initiatives as it relates to mobile [...]
We’ve written a lot about the growth of enterprise mobility, especially the increase in employee demands for employers to embrace mobile-first strategies. [...]
Mobile Transformers are business and IT leaders who empower employees with amazing mobile experiences that deliver anytime, anywhere access to the data needed to [...]
As an enterprise begin to take the necessary steps towards deploying mobile apps that keep their employees connected and productive, it is critical that they create a workable mobility strategy that deeply aligns with their existing business goals. The best strategy will ultimately enable and accelerate new opportunities and processes for their users. To get started, here are some initial steps to consider when developing a successful enterprise mobility strategy for your organization.
With enterprise apps not living up to employee expectations, your IT department is left at a loss for what went wrong and how to improve the problem after such a lofty investment in time and resources. Here are four common reasons why your enterprise mobile app may not have been successful and how your organization can avoid repeating the same mistakes in the future.
While the consumer app market has grown significantly in the last ten years, the business mobility market continues to lag. “Yelp-like” experiences are commonplace for consumer apps but are wanted and needed in the enterprise, with users expecting to accomplish multiple business workflows that span multiple applications and data sources via one mobile app.
Today’s enterprise shares a lot of similarities with sports teams in that each organization employs many individuals with various skill sets and talent. Currently, enterprise mobility is perhaps the best example of a corporate priority that has not yet reached championship caliber performance. That’s because business units, operations teams, and IT departments have mostly failed to operate as a team; more frequently butting heads than shaking hands
Mobility is well on its way to ubiquity in the enterprise. In the next 3 years, 1.75 billion people, or 42 percent of the [...]
Mobile device proliferation and perpetual connectivity are creating tremendous opportunities for employees to work whenever and however they choose. With device options ranging from [...]
Its been almost one week since VMworld 2016 concluded; and the 23,000 attendees who represented the enterprise mobility, cloud computing and virtualization industries agree, [...]