Enterprises are embracing mobility, but it often happens in individual departments or divisions. Don’t risk your competitive advantage; put a global strategy in place to manage costs, security and other key issues. Find out what you might be missing in this new white paper, so you can deliver on mobility’s promise of enhanced productivity, stronger collaboration and increased revenue.
According to Gartner, 80% of businesses will support tablets in their workforce by 2013. Are you ready? Download this valuable white paper to learn how the next generation of business-oriented tablets will bridge the gap between what end-user demand and IT needs to keep tablets secure, manageable and support-friendly.
As you’re looking at your primary IT priorities, chances are that mobility is at the top of the list, according to analysts. Enterprises that support mobility enjoy increased productivity, responsiveness and revenue, as well as higher customer satisfaction. Get more stats and trend data to help you build your strategic plan by reading this issue brief today.
If you’re responsible for IT operations on a college campus, you know students and faculty are big fans of mobile technologies—and they expect to get instant online access, anytime, anywhere. Get a snapshot of the current trends in mobility in higher education by downloading this eBrief. You’ll read how institutions like Seton Hall University, Ohio State University and Santa Clara University are embracing mobility, and you’ll get data to support your own business case for new initiatives.
Mobility Tech Guide for Higher Education: How IT Leaders Can Promote Innovation and Improve Efficiency
As an IT leader, you play a highly strategic role in helping your college or university make the most of mobile technology innovations. Where can you have the most impact on supporting mobile learning, minimizing risks and streamlining operations? Get some best practice advice in this guide, complete with real-world examples of how institutions like yours are making mobility work by choosing the right mobile devices, addressing infrastructure concerns, tightening security and protecting sensitive data.
Instructional Technologist’s Guide to Mobility Advances: 4 Opportunities to Make an Impact in Higher Education
In 21st century colleges and universities, students rely on mobile technologies to consume and interact with increasingly complex material. Experts say schools that fail to keep up with these innovations will have a hard time staying competitive. As you look for ways to help your students and faculty, check out this best practices paper. It provides advice on where educational technology leaders can make the most impact with mobile technologies and computer-aided learning—from supporting mobile app development in specific disciplines, like chemistry, to making digital content available on mobile devices.
Mobility is one of the hottest trends in consumer technology, so it’s no surprise that instructional tech leaders in higher education are under pressure to help their students and faculty make the most of it. Discover what’s happening with mobility on college campuses like yours by downloading this eBrief. From Seton Hall University to Santa Clara University, you’ll read how instructional technologists at top schools are training faculty, breaking down cultural barriers and finding new ways to foster creativity.
State & Local Government
Are you getting all you can out of your mobility technologies? Or are you wrestling with renegade devices, unauthorized applications, frustrated employees and unhappy constituents? Get some help in this guide. Learn how to define departmental needs, address regulatory and other requirements, tighten security, protect sensitive data and more. It’s essential reading for IT leaders in state and local agencies, whether you’re launching new programs or looking for more control over your existing ones.
To truly empower your mobile workers and get the most from your mobility investment, you have to put the right infrastructure in place for your state or local agencies. Download this eBrief to explore issues like connectivity, data storage, applications, management platforms and mobile devices—key elements that require careful planning and informed IT decision-making.
A successful mobile strategy involves a host of factors, including security, connectivity and infrastructure. You want to maximize employee productivity in the field, while minimizing risks and keeping costs in check. Read this quick brief for several key insights to help guide your decision-making—from the elements of a successful mobility strategy, to funding source ideas and the hardware factors that really matter.
A 2011 survey from NASCIO shows mobile devices and apps are high-priority issues for nearly 60% of state government CIOs. But 24% of CIOs report they’re not prepared to adopt mobile technologies. What’s holding them back? Read this brief to find out how mobility often pays for itself, how to manage device consumerization and why IT teams prioritize citizen-facing mobile apps.