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How Should Your Business Embrace Mobile?

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 29-Jun-2016 10:01:38

Large organisations continue to adopt mobile solutions in a haphazard manner, giving little or no thought as to where their existing problems actually lie. The demand for more apps, better apps, at a quicker delivery rate is higher than ever before but it’s vital the overall business case is aligned around mobile.

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Topics: Enterprise Mobility

What do Employees Want in an Enterprise Application?

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 21-Jun-2016 08:58:23

The benefits of implementing an innovative enterprise mobility strategy are clear for all businesses to see. It provides a strong and robust platform which enables organisations to simplify and automate business processes and procedures. The transformation of the traditional workforce into smart mobile employees has begun and workers’ interactivity and productivity continues to increase.  

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Topics: Enterprise Mobility

5 Reasons Why Your Enterprise Mobile Application is Failing

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 10-May-2016 09:02:33

Many enterprises fail on their mobile app projects before a single line of code is even written. From a business perspective, failure isn’t defined by the number of downloads or how much revenue the app generates. Instead, the app’s overall success or failure is deemed upon its operational value and over time an effective ROI can be measured.

But why do so many enterprise mobile applications fail? Here are five things businesses to be aware of…

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Topics: UX/UI, Enterprise Mobility, Mobile Marketing

Will Virtual Reality be the Next Big Enterprise Mobility Trend?

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 05-May-2016 09:02:47

While most people are excited about using Virtual Reality (VR) headsets for immersive entertainment and gaming experiences, businesses worldwide are also looking to incorporate VR into their daily operations and processes. There are a number of ways in which organisations can leverage the capabilities of VR which could see this new technology become the next big enterprise mobility trend.

According to analysts at Gartner 6.3 million VR headsets will be sold during 2017 and from a business perspective, adopting VR technologies will show they’re ahead of the curve. Industries such as medicine, education, manufacturing, engineering, real estate and more could all begin implementing this new type of technology. Here are three ways in which businesses could utilise VR…

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Topics: AR and VR, Enterprise Mobility, Wearable Tech

Press: Here's How to Know if Your Business Needs an App

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 29-Apr-2016 11:08:02

Businesses are adopting apps eight times faster than they took to the web, even when the dotcom fever was at its height. Seemingly everyone who's anyone wants to bag themselves a home on your tablet or phone, but should your business be among them?

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Topics: Press, Enterprise Mobility

INFOGRAPHIC: The Past, Present and Future of Enterprise Mobility

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 25-Apr-2016 11:01:53

Enterprise Mobility has transformed enormously over the past few years and it's continuing to grow at an exceptional rate. No longer do BlackBerry devices rule the smartphone market and time spent on mobile apps finally exceeded desktop web access for the first time in 2014.

Fast-forward to the present day and organisations are beginning to utilise the capabilities of mobile technology. Enterprise applications are now driving efficiency and productivity worldwide.

In terms of enterprise mobility's future landscape, BYOD policies are becoming prominent for organisations and future technologies are evolving at a rapid rate. By 2017 half of all employers will have instituted mandatory BYOD policies which will then result in a major increase in the presence of mobile in the workplace. 

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Topics: Infographic, Enterprise Mobility

What Do Employees Want: iOS, Android or Windows?

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 19-Apr-2016 10:01:50

Businesses are beginning to give employees a choice over their preferred mobile devices at work. The questions is, what do they want? iOS, Android and Windows devices are certain to make the shortlist and when it comes to enterprise mobility, there appears to be a clear leader.

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Topics: Enterprise Mobility

How to Avoid These 3 Major Enterprise Mobility Mistakes

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 12-Apr-2016 09:15:23

Developing an innovative enterprise mobility strategy certainly isn’t straight forward and mistakes can be made along the way. Organisations will expect a return on the time and resource they spend on mobilising certain areas of the business, however, things don’t always go to plan.

It’s essential for businesses to avoid some of the major enterprise mobility mistakes that others have so often made. Here are three of those which your business should be looking to avoid…

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Topics: Enterprise Mobility

INFOGRAPHIC: BYOD, This Time It's Personal!

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 29-Mar-2016 09:37:14

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies have steadily grown in the enterprise. Our brand new infographic takes a look at why global organisations MUST implement an innovative BYOD policy in 2016. This time it's personal!

World-Wide BYOD usage will grow 20% in 2016, whilst 50% of companies will require employees to provide their own devices for their jobs by 2017.

BYOD is changing the way we operate. Work productivity is ultimately improving and employee efficiency is being driven throughout large organisations. 

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Topics: Infographic, Enterprise Mobility

Press: 3 Fundamental Steps for Your Mobile Strategy

Posted by Andrew Floyd on 22-Mar-2016 09:15:05

Developing and deploying an innovative mobile strategy for your business can be a lengthy process but one that will empower your workforce and give them access to enterprise data.

It is less about managing mobile devices and more about being an advocate for the business, enabling the organisation to integrate and deliver new and innovative business services more quickly.

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Topics: Press, Enterprise Mobility, UX/UI