By 2015, it is expected that there will be a mobile device for every person on the planet and most people will use mobile devices to access the internet. However, just having a mobile device does not mean you or your business are truly mobile or that you are getting the most out of your device(s).
Have you ever needed a file that was back at the office on your desktop? Couldn’t find a client’s phone number to return their call? Have a big project come up at the same time you have a family vacation planned? With a business strategy that includes mobile technologies, situations like these can be handled seamlessly regardless of location or timing.
Before developing a mobile strategy, assess your company’s current mobility needs. Here are a few questions to consider:
· Do you have the capability to access email, files, etc. while away from the office?
· What are your internal and remote technology capabilities?
· How easily can employees communicate and collaborate with one another both inside and outside of the office environment?
· How secure are your internal and remote systems? (more…)