With more companies striving to become data-driven, many businesses are developing mobile applications and integrating big data analytics for their products or services. As companies expand, along with their user bases, they must be prepared to handle the massive data influxes those mobile apps are causing.
The opportunity has arrived fororganisations to implement digital technologies to make their workplaces more productive and efficient. The Digital Workplace creates new, smarter ways of working; increases employee engagement and mobility by exploiting consumer-oriented technologies. The question is what does enterprise need to do in order to gain business value from a smarter digital workplace?
Augmented reality is the integration of digital information with the user’s environment in real time. Unlike virtual reality, which creates a totally artificial environment, augmented reality uses the existing environment and overlays new information on top of it.
Just as IT professionals and others responsible for mobile security have come to terms with BYOD, the problem has moved on, with the lines between business and personal activity blurring even more. Against this background, effective management of mobile risk will increasingly require a user-centric approach.
INTERNET OF THINGS
Smartphones, tablets and their applications have brought significant benefits to the enterprise, but new mobile technology like the Internet of Things (IoT) has consistently proven challenging to manage and secure. Those pros and cons will only become more pronounced as IoT devices hits the market.
Whether an organization is already using or currently evaluating cloud, container or virtualization technologies, these teams needagile methods to meet security requirements that work with these new technologies. They need to address new threats and work within these dynamic and fundamentally different IT architectures of application development and deployment.
More enterprises are expanding the use of mobile apps for their employees, partners and customers.Ten years after smartphone use truly took off with the debut of the first Apple iPhone, 2016 could finally be the year when the adoption of enterprise mobile apps grows substantially to solve many of the daily work needs of business partners and customers.
Field service management (FSM) is a category of software products that help companies manage off-site workers and the resources they require to do their jobs efficiently. FSM software, which can be accessed through a mobile device, provides field workers with the ability to view and/or make changes to such things as schedules, work orders, customer account information, inventory and invoices.