Mobility has become a top priority for IT and business leaders among organizations of all sizes, driven by the increased pressure to improve productivity across a broadening mobile workforce, the desire to become more operationally efficient, and the need to support the proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the workplace.
For the last follow-up in my series of Five Ways to Reduce Wireless Spend I d like go into more detail about how to Enable User Self Management.
For the third follow-up in my series of Five Ways to Reduce Wireless Spend I d like go into more detail about Developing your Wireless Strategy and Leveraging Tools for Enforcement.
I recently posted a blog entitled Five Ways to Reduce Wireless Spend. When I wrote it I had to pare down a lot of the content in order to keep it easily digestible. Now I am following up my original blog with more data.
The economy hasn’t been all bad. There are plenty of companies that remained strong and were able to take advantage of the downturn – seeing it as a great opportunity to buy their competitors or other companies that will put them a step ahead when things get better. The number of IPOs has been dismal, but KMPG predicted M&A activity would pick up in the second half of 2009.
When I was in high school I always stared out the window wanting to see and do things in exotic places. Because world travel was an expensive proposition, I knew employment was a necessary evil. And to get a job I needed some skills. So I studied foreign languages and learned how international commerce flowed. My plan worked wonderfully throughout the 1990s. I got paid to do business trotting the globe seeing different things and meeting new people. That is until mobility ruined everything.