Posted by Rama Kolappan on September 12, 2013
Aside from the executive management team in an organization, the top priority for access to planned mobile roll-outs is the sales force, according to a recent industry survey by AIIM. From being able to view and send the most recent pricing sheets, to being able to edit and sign contracts on-the-go, productivity improvements for the sales team are obvious, and can pay off quickly.
Posted by Yorgen Edholm on September 11, 2013
“Those doctors and their latest toys. Prima donnas all of them!”
At a conference last year an IT professional, from a large, Mid-West healthcare provider, uttered this phrase as we discussed how mobile devices had been introduced into healthcare workflows.
Posted by Yorgen Edholm on September 5, 2013
Last week I wrote about finding a better way to use sync technologies so that all employees can access the information they need, on the device they choose. What if instead of sync, you gave everyone direct access from their mobile devices to the latest versions of corporate documents? This is a new frontier in productivity: mobile access to enterprise content management (ECM) systems.
Posted by Nina Seth on August 28, 2013
We know IT departments have long been the Hero in any organization – working to protect sensitive information from villains, and help the technologically-challenged navigate the perils of the BYOD. It’s a big job and one that would certainly be easier with superhuman powers.
Posted by Yorgen Edholm on August 27, 2013
Sync is one of the most valuable additions to any mobile operating system. Sync is what enables us to keep information automatically synchronized across phone, tablet, laptop and desktop computing devices so that we can continue working and playing from any device we pick up. Yet, relying on sync to provide mobile data accessibility can create a surprising number of new problems that can impact the overall productivity of a company.
Posted by Rama Kolappan on August 23, 2013
Mobile security continues to be a hot topic of conversation among CIOs and IT directors – as it should be with 97% of employees using mobile devices on the job. That number tells us that the majority of organizations today are supporting BYOD, but yet a shocking number (72%) have yet to take action to properly secure those devices and the mobile content that is being accessed and shared day in and day out.
Posted by Yorgen Edholm on August 19, 2013
Does your management team have what it takes to lead and manage a mobile workforce? With all the talk about the mobile workforce, the conversation often revolves around employee requirements, productivity, and IT infrastructure needed to securely support remote workers. What isn’t discussed often enough, and should be, is how leaders’ management skills need to evolve to fit into our mobile-enabled world.
Posted by Ryan Swindall on August 15, 2013
The following is a guest post from Bill French founder and editor @iPadCTO.
Practical Guideposts for Producing Mobile Productivity Magic
The magical productivity that some businesses and enterprise workers experience with mobile devices is not determined solely by the device, nor can mobile software account for 100% of all mobile success.
Posted by Colman Murphy on August 13, 2013
The widespread use of Microsoft SharePoint has made it a must-have tool for information and knowledge workers.
Posted by Jes Breslaw on July 30, 2013
I read an excellent article in The Register that, for me, was a leap forward in understanding the issue of data sovereignty. The author, Aaron Milne, makes the killer point that it doesn't matter who owns the data but "who has supreme power and authority over your data."
He asks the question: