The Rise of Mobile Enterprise Apps

The Rise of Mobile Enterprise Apps

Yes, Invented HereYes, Invented Here

Enterprises are developing apps to suit their particular requirements. Box.com, for example, provides a storage system service for business-related files that allows employees access from any device. Besides facilitating communication, it encourages collaboration about those files.

Paid-For Apps on the RisePaid-For Apps on the Rise

Value-added services, like in-application document managers, instant messaging, server administration and presentations, are expected to soon contribute to revenues in the apps market.

Unified Communications TechnologiesUnified Communications Technologies

Although not new, unified communications promise faster communications and will knock down communication barriers due to variations in media.

Unrivaled Networking AdvantagesUnrivaled Networking Advantages

Unified communications aggregates voice, video and data into a common IP network. It reduces costs, increases productivity and provides superior business agility.

Top Unified Communications PlayersTop Unified Communications Players

Unified communications leaders: Siemens Enterprise Communications, Microsoft, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, IBM and Cisco. Niche players: Toshiba, ShoreTel, Aastra Technologies, TeleWare and Mitel.

Mobile Device Management Systems Improving SecurityMobile Device Management Systems Improving Security

Mobile Device Management solutions help IT administrators identify and block unwanted and unauthorized devices from accessing business-critical information.

Mobile Device Management Systems Protecting Sensitive DataMobile Device Management Systems Protecting Sensitive Data

By remotely locking and deleting sensitive data, Mobile Device Management solutions also can help protect data when devices are stolen.

Small and Medium-Size Businesses (SMBs) are Adopting Unified CommunicationsSmall and Medium-Size Businesses (SMBs) are Adopting Unified Communications

Until recently, the high cost of enterprise mobility deployment has limited it to large enterprises, but its long-term cost-benefits are now affordable and attractive to SMBs.

SMBs Also Using Enterprise Mobility ServicesSMBs Also Using Enterprise Mobility Services

Enterprise mobility management services and Mobile Device Management solutions are gaining wider acceptance among small to medium-sized businesses to manage mobile devices, apps, content, expenses, networks, policy and security.

Collaboration Is Also Vital for SMBsCollaboration Is Also Vital for SMBs

Small and medium-sized businesses are investing heavily in collaboration technologies, like enterprise mobility, for the sake of long-term cost benefits and to improve employee productivity.

Karen A. Frenkel
Karen A. Frenkel
Karen A. Frenkel is a contributor to CIO Insight. She covers cybersecurity topics such as digital transformation, vulnerabilities, phishing, malware, and information governance.

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