Mobility


We live in an age where everyone and everything is going mobile. Consumers are both tech-savvy and well-informed.  For businesses, adapting to the ‘age of the customer’ is all about giving customers complete power to make their own buying decisions. Smartphones and tablets have made it very convenient for consumers to shop on-the-go. Consumers do not have to remember information like store opening and closing times. They also do not have to go through the sheer agony that stems from the inability to find a parking space in a crowded mall on......

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The expansion of the Internet of Things is transforming the way things work across industries. The Healthcare industry is among those   leveraging    maximum benefits out of the technological advancements to bring in new possibilities of patient care. Healthcare practitioners are utilizing mobility and Internet of Things at a rapid pace. The expansion of new applications are providing better means to connect with patients and serving them on a real time basis. Many healthcare organisations are embracing the BYOD trend to have a versatile workforce, connected to hospitals across the globe....

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Mobility for sure has a strong business case across industries where it can improve overall productivity, contributing to both increased revenues and reduced costs. Quantifying the ROI of mobile initiatives, while perhaps challenging in many cases, is definitely possible and can undeniably help companies avoid the inertia of deploying mobile solutions. For organizations, part of the appeal of mobility is that it can enhance efficiency, however, if companies consider to go too big with their mobile initiative, they may end up wasting time and company resources. By running precision gap analysis and......

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In today’s constantly-changing technology industry, trends like cloud computing, agility, BYOD (bring your own device) and IT support services evolved as productive IT solutions.According to a research from Robert Half Technology and HDI, the IT help desk is progressing quickly and the report also share three workforce trends that are distracting the IT help desk....

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The enterprise these days is changing rapidly. The intersection of cloud, mobility, social networking and the Internet, what analyst firm Gartner calls the, “Nexus of Forces” is making most medium and large enterprises reconsider their enterprise mobile strategies. Employees are bringing their own devices, downloading their own applications and creating their own IT. Here are the top five enterprise mobility trends to watch out:...

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Though the debate and controversy over net neutrality rages on, but there’s much less discussion of its relationship to cloud computing and mobility. Will Net Neutrality be a boost to cloud providers or will the overall effect will be negative? Witnessing current evidence and what many providers, companies, and experts say, the only thing that’s clear is that only few people agree on what Net Neutrality will mean for the cloud and all the advantages of cloud computing. Firstly, let’s have a look at how cloud providers may be affected without a neutral......

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According to a new mobile phone forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, worldwide smartphone shipments reached a total of nearly 1.3 billion units in 2014, representing an increase of 26.3% over 2013. Looking ahead, IDC expects 1.4 billion smartphones to be shipped worldwide in 2015 for a 12.2% year-over-year growth rate....

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“By 2016, the IoT will drive 20 percent of identity and access management (IAM) deployments. By 2017, enterprise mobility management integration will be a critical IAM requirement for 40 percent of buyers, up from less than five percent today. By 2020, 60 percent of organizations will use active social identity proofing and let consumers bring in social identities to access risk-appropriate applications.” According to ‘The Gartner 2015 Predictions Special Report’...

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In today’s hyper-connected world, frantic use of digital devices has become the new normal. With prolific use of mobile devices, applications and channels across platforms, IT departments face a grave challenge of managing mobile data.  In 2013, 73.4% of the world’s population accessed the internet from their mobile phones. This figure is likely to grow to 90.1% by 2017.[1]...

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