Greatest Hits: Top Enterprise Mobility Stories of 2016 – Pt.1
As 2016 comes to a close we thought we’d take a look back at some of the top stories of the year. From new ways to secure mobile enterprise data to improving field worker productivity using mobile technology, our focus is on sharing new ideas and insights to help improve business operations. As we look ahead to helping businesses move to greater efficiency using enterprise mobility solutions here’s a look at the first five of our Top 10 stories of the year and look for the final five next week!
Whether data is on the move—literally, via portable handhelds and across mobile broadband and Wi-Fi networks—or at rest, securing proprietary business information is essential. Learn more about mobile security for enterprises in this blog.
The field service industry has undergone tremendous technological changes in recent years and as a result, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all” when it comes to enterprise mobile computing for field services workers. Our whitepaper, One Size Doesn’t Fit All in the Field: Overcoming 3 Challenges to Field Workforce Mobile Device Deployments, reviews the top three challenges that organizations will encounter when considering a mobile device for deployment, including 1. Integrating new mobile devices with legacy technology; 2. Adapting to multi-generational workforces; 3. Choosing the right mobile device for the job
Direct Store Delivery has become a standard model for maintaining retail inventory levels of perishable food and beverages. Today these tasks are usually completed using a mobile device and as more suppliers are discovering, mobile tablets and handheld devices are an ideal fit for the job.
We tapped NetMotion Wireless for this guest post about mobile connectivity performance management tips that are critical for the success of any field worker.
An ergonomic and safe mobile office in vehicle is a critical necessity for many organizations with field workers. Sonia Arnold, ProServices Territory Account Manager at Panasonic, shares the most common in-vehicle driver safety and mobile worker productivity concerns she’s uncovered and how customers should tackle them.