Many enterprises are looking at their current desktop and laptop assets and guessing at what to do next.
The Top 5 Mobile Digital Tends for 2016 FREE eBook.
Enterprise digital and mobility is the biggest transformation of how employees and industry operate for a decade. Building on the foundations of client server computing and the internet, digital has changed the fundamental architecture of how we consume information, research and buy products, entertain ourselves, socialize, find a life partner, work and play.
Organisations that fail to embrace digital, the power of mobility, cloud, big data and social tools will succeed in becoming obsolete, disenfranchising top talent, seeing their legacy market disrupted by new and currently unheard of competitors and experience the joy of competitors and vulture capitalists picking off their bones. Harsh… probably, but also true.
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MSC Mobility has been recognised as the enterprise mobility managed service provider of the year in Australia by research firm Frost and Sullivan at the 2015 Australian Excellence Awards.
For many organisations there is a struggle between maintaining legacy infrastructure and enabling digital ways of working (mobile, cloud and big data). To help our valued clients we asked IDC to provide some insights into how mobility is impacting the enterprise and what organisations like yours are doing about it.
Social and technical disruption will become a major factor in handling productivity in the workplace because digital natives have very different expectations to their older peers. Add to this social workplace change the impending reduction in the workforce technologies such as automation and analytics tools will be relied upon to fill the gap.
Most security experts will tell you that protecting information is about time and value. How valuable is the information and for how long will it maintain it’s value. This is very different from stopping people from getting your information, which in the digital age of creeping privacy reductions and state sponsored digital espionage is largely impossible.