Apps that Snap for Enterprise

Apps that Snap for Enterprise

A key area organisations are struggling with is the ability to deploy mobile applications. Mobile Application Services is an important support function in enterprise mobility and requires an understanding of the toolsets to get apps onto devices and the support processes to ensure that apps are supported and meet quality standards.

MSC Mobility Solves Enterprise App Management

MSC Mobility Solves Enterprise App Management

MSC Mobility has released its latest enterprise managed mobility offering addressing the complexities of deploying and managing mobile applications. “Managing mobile applications present a lot of challenges for enterprises because many of the automated tools that exist in the desktop world are not available in the mobile world.” MSC Mobility’s Product Manager Justin Stuckey states.

Better Hot than Cold - Scorching Mobile Use Cases

Better Hot than Cold - Scorching Mobile Use Cases

Creating a business oriented mobile strategy requires an understanding of many moving parts and access to a number of differing skills sets. The business implications of mobility are massive with existing business models being disrupted and existing industries being forced to rethink their offerings - transport, accommodation, finance to name a few. To remain relevant enterprises need to innovate and evolve before their competitors do.

Business Guide to Leveraging Mobility

Business Guide to Leveraging Mobility

77% CEO’s surveyed by Accenture in 2014 have mobility in their top 5 priorities with over a third actively participating in the development of mobile strategy. For the enterprise, mobile means quicker wins at lower cost with more options. Frustrations with internal IT performance can be resolved by using alternative suppliers leaving internal IT supply out of the loop entirely, which may or may not be a viable long term approach.

Flying boots, drop ins and rush to support

Flying boots, drop ins and rush to support

As enterprises are confronted with rapid digitisation in a consumer oriented technology environment, many of the industrial strength support and change management processes are simply too slow to cope with regular fast app updates, annual major OS upgrades and constant platform changes. Just as organisations moved to Agile project management processes for project delivery, businesses need to either introduce agile support processes that favour ‘help yourself’ as well as fully assisted support. Carte blanche app mobilisation via VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) is typically a poor user experience and responsive design can create more issues than it solves if the supporting architecture and training isn’t in place.

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