Here are some videos which can help you decide which, why, how and when your business should go mobile
Enterprises of all sizes know the benefit of mobility. Research In Motion's Gregory Wade talks about the migration of business applications to the mobile platform.
IT Business Agility: Selim Aissi and Jim Baca know enterprise mobility, not just because they research it for Intel IT - they live it, working closely with each other with a half a continent of space between them. Baca, a Principal Engineer, says the most surprising thing he's learned about enterprise mobility is how much the complexity of small devices is taken for granted. "It's surprising just how complex those architectures are, because now you're combining many items, like a telephony stack. You have everything jammed into one little device. "That functionality is helping, behind the scenes, to drive IT business agility. Aissi, formerly an aerospace engineer with expertise in embedded software, says, "Today I have to unlock a phone. Dial something. Go to a browser. I think mobility in the future will be just a completely seamless experience."
Mobile apps are what's next in enterprise mobility management, giving new power and productivity to employees. But the old rules don't apply in this new mobile app world. Today the empowered consumer can bring their own smartphones and tablets to increase their productivity in the workplace. Leading enterprises that have embraced advanced MDM and employee-owned devices are moving to the next phase . . .
enabling personal choice of the apps deployed on mobile devices. Learn how Enterprise App Stores can help you distribute, secure, and manage mobile apps while establishing new rules for how all apps are deployed throughout your organization.