Enterprises planning to initiate a digital transformation project in FY20 should consider budgeting for a managed mobility service.
The demand for Managed Mobility Services (MMS) is growing fast across the globe and the trend is being embraced by Australian businesses.
Mobile is crucial to a mature digital transformation strategy, yet most CIOs acknowledge they have gaps in their mobile management.
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Gartner predicts that 80% of worker tasks will take place on a mobile device by 2020, increasing the momentum to adopt UEM as a single endpoint console.
If IT managers had their way they would not be responsible for managing corporate mobility. A Gigaom Research IT Buyers Survey, asked IT managers whether they would be willing to outsource mobility management and the answer was a resounding 'Yes, get this off my plate!'
A mobile phone for calling and messaging, in tandem with a meeting solution, can meet most employee requirements; potentially saving up to 50% per user per month, says Gartner.
Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."
Vodafone Australia claims 39 percent of Australian fixed broadband users could switch to mobile instead of migrating to the National Broadband Network (nbn).
Many Australian enterprises have no corporate mobile policy, but do you need one? Who is responsible for employee behaviour on a corporate device?