Kathryn “Kitty” Weldon, Principal Analyst, Enterprise Mobility of Current Analysis talks with Parna Sarkar-Basu, vice president of marketing communications for Verivo Software. Sarkar-Basu: What are the mobile operators doing to support enterprise mobility? Weldon: Well, the mobile operators realize that they have a role to play beyond just providing data services, voice services and devices. […]
The way in which we access information is radically different today because of mobility. Access to knowledge and information is no longer tied to a PC, to an office, or hard-wired Web connection. Information and business processes can be tapped everywhere because of mobility. Because of that, the very nature of what it means to be an information worker is changing, becoming more real-time, more democratic, and more engaged with consumers.
Over the past few weeks, a whole new wave of high-end smartphones has been announced. While Apple’s iPhone 5 was the undisputed star of the show, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and RIM have all had big launches recently, each trying to grab market share in the phone industry’s most vibrant sector. Read on to find out what this means for the enterprise and how it’s impacting the rise of BYOD.
Does a Bring Your Own Device policy increase productivity or create more problems? In this Q&A, Steven Levy, chief executive officer for Verivo Software, discusses the benefits and challenges of BYOD. As an employee-driven trend, do you sense that business managers are now ready to embrace the use of personal technology in the workplace? Read on for Steve Levy’s answer to this and more.
“I think the biggest challenge that folks face is the rate of change—it really is stripping an awful lot of gears.” In this video, Jeffrey Hammond of Forrester Research and Christopher Willis, chief marketing officer for Verivo Software, discuss the rapidly-changing global landscape of enterprise mobility and the challenges that companies face with technology advancements and device adoption. Watch the video to learn more.
Jeffrey Hammond, principal analyst of Forrester Research discusses HTML5 with Chris Willis, CMO, Verivo Software. Video Transcript: Willis: HTML is a big buzzword today. How important is it for companies to embrace that? Hammond: It’s the most-asked question that I get from my clients today… Watch the video to learn more about Jeffrey Hammond’s perspective on HTML5 and enterprise mobility.
It goes without saying that improved enterprise mobility is a good thing for business. Right? Putting enterprise applications into the hands of employees makes companies more productive, more efficient, and companies get the most out of their staff. Read on to learn more about why companies are motivated to beat the double-entry blues.
More often than not, businesses begin their mobile initiative by building a business-to-employee or B2E app carrying out an important function. The benefits of these first apps tend to be departmental, and run the risk of becoming silos. Read on to learn how to avoid this risk so that you get the most from your mobile initiatives.
Like many leading organizations around the world, First Solar is adopting mobile technology into its business strategy to improve employee productivity, better serve its customers, and accelerate business results. Hear from Jay White, mobility architect at First Solar, on why he chose to leverage a mobile platform to drive the company’s enterprise mobility initiative.