Developing your Mobility Strategy – A 3 Step Guide

Darryl White, Head of Strategy at Networks First
You know the productivity benefits:

•240 extra hours per year are typically worked by employees with smartphones or tablets

You know the risks:

•Sensitive enterprise data can more easily be removed from the enterprise IT environment or stolen along with the mobile device
•Increase in support overhead due to more flexible working practices
•It is difficult to control who has access to what data

You’re aware of the challenge – but need to know what to do next?

Darryl White of Networks First outlines a 3 step approach to developing a mobility strategy. The presentation outlines the key aspects of any strategy including connectivity, device management and policy management and how the role IT plays will evolve. We will include practical steps to take when defining these aspects, along with highlighting the pitfalls to avoid when aiming for a successfully mobility strategy adoption.
Jul 26 2012
41 mins
Developing your Mobility Strategy – A 3 Step Guide
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    •It is difficult to control who has access to what data

    You’re aware of the challenge – but need to know what to do next?

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