And in the last decade, smartphones have become ubiquitous and central to the way consumers communicate and lead their lives.
Now the impact of smartphones is reverberating throughout the work world as well.
Enterprise mobility is rapidly evolving as more businesses look to take advantage of increasingly flexible and useful mobile communications technologies.
The huge accounting firm PwC has announced it is going “Mobile First” for 18,000 of its employees in the UK, say media reports.
“Mobile First” is gaining more traction as the new mode of communications for enterprises.
The impact of Customer Experience Management (CXM) is undeniable.
There is no doubt that our mobile workforces are stretching the boundaries of how we manage communications and enforce company policies.
Supporting your mobile workforce today means a lot more than just allowing your staff to use mobile devices for their day-to-day tasks.
A new European regulation goes into effect on May 25 that can have a major impact on how your enterprise mobility program operates.
Smart enterprises are being proactive about communications compliance as they implement mobile communications in their environments.
Business mobility is no longer optional. To remain competitive, companies need to enable employees to be reachable and responsive no matter where they are.
The truth is that every workforce is a mobile workforce, and the most successful companies are rethinking their communications applications, systems and policies with mobility in mind.
Think of all the ways that mobility can complicate your business communications.
Companies want to take advantage of more flexible and productive workers, as well as benefit from cutting hardware and support costs.
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