Mobility, Adressing Mobility, How to address Mobility
Prepare your company for supporting and regulating mobility with these tips.

According to Paul DeBeasi, vice president of research at Gartner, mobility affects HR and legal policy, support, business infrastructure, and more. Mobility is a pervasive concept in business today, and it is complex. People in every industry define mobility differently, but it is increasingly becoming related to any device that can be used remotely. Jumpstart your mobile device program with help from Exceptional Software Strategies.

Mobility has come to the forefront of enterprise discussions because the internet is a highly effective medium for interacting with a targeted audience. More and more people around the globe are using mobile devices to make transactions, access information, and conduct business. The concept has served as a launchpad for creating new marketing campaigns and scaling company growth quickly. Many companies, though, are also only looking at that one aspect of mobility.

 

Transforming Mobility
With the increasing use of mobility, HR departments, legal departments, and IT departments must reevaluate their best practices and develop new policies for mobile device use that adequately addresses legal concerns. Regulatory compliance may also present a large challenge for companies. The IT department, in particular, is at the epicenter of mobile business. IT teams are responsible for creating compatible user experiences across devices while providing supportive infrastructure, management, and security. IT departments must also think ahead to the future of mobility and prepare their networks to support new technology.

With the increasing use of mobility, HR departments, legal departments, and IT departments must reevaluate their best practices and develop new policies for mobile device use that adequately addresses legal concerns. Regulatory compliance may also present a large challenge for companies. The IT department, in particular, is at the epicenter of mobile business. IT teams are responsible for creating compatible user experiences across devices while providing supportive infrastructure, management, and security. IT departments must also think ahead to the future of mobility and prepare their networks to support new technology.

To adequately address concerns, companies should strike a balance between rushing to use technology as soon as it becomes available and preparing company infrastructure and policies across all departments for supporting mobile technology. Without adequate preparation, some companies may find the complex world of supporting mobility is too much. They won’t survive. Develop a mobile solution that works for your company with help from Exceptional Software Strategies by reaching out to us today.