Today’s headlines are filled with trends such as digital transformation, digital identity, augmented reality, 5G, AI, and IoT. While enterprise mobility may not make the news as often as it used to, it remains a critical component to harnessing these and other headline-grabbing trends.
If your enterprise mobility strategy is lacking when it comes to the future, focus your 2020 vision with the help of these top five blog posts from 2018:
- Enterprise Organizations Reveal Their Top Mobility Goals and Challenges
Nearly three-quarters (74%) of respondents in an IDG Mobility Landscape Quick Poll say their organizations are already using smartphones and tablets for work that reaches far beyond email, calendar, and basic collaboration tools. This doesn’t mean that enterprise mobility is without its challenges. But the opportunities for those who are able to get the most of their capabilities far outweigh the setbacks.
- 6 Best Practices for Maximizing the Potential of Mobile BI and Analytics
More and more, employees are requesting data and information to help them make the right decision at the right time for their brand and its customers. In the TDWI Report Best Practices for Maximizing the Potential of Mobile BI and Analytics, David Stodder delivers six best practices for those organizations ready to leap ahead with democratized mobile BI and analytics.
- 6 Key Trends in Enterprise Mobility
Ventana Research asserts that by 2021, only 50% of organizations will have transformed their business processes to be more intelligent and automated by embracing digital technology. With digital disruption impacting more and more big brands every year, no organization wants to find itself on the losing half of this near-future assertion. In this post, Ventana CEO reveals how mobility is key to business transformation.
- AllianceBernstein and MicroStrategy Share Ways to Maximize Salesforce Data at Dreamforce 2018
Statistics and predictions provide strong motivation for enterprise organizations to improve, but there’s nothing more powerful than seeing business transformation through enterprise mobility in action. Check out the video in this post.
- 75% Say Mobile Devices Are Critical to Enterprise Innovation and Collaboration
According to GMSA, there are now more than five billion unique mobile subscribers globally, and more than 7.5 billion connected IoT devices, with the latter predicted to rise to more than 25 billion by 2025. Harnessing the power of voice, device location, proximity data, machine learning, and AI will provide relevant information and analytics to enable rapid action—moving mobile and mobile app-enabled organizations even further ahead in digital transformation initiatives. Will your organization be one of them?
To learn more about what’s next in mobile applications and why enterprise organizations need to take action now, watch Ventana CEO Mark Smith in a new on-demand thought leadership webcast. You can also learn more about MicroStrategy Mobile here.