Today’s business world moves at an incredible pace. End users need to be ‘always on’. In fact, the brightest and the best in the workforce demand it. Business leaders expect IT to enable seamless mobile productivity across any number of systems, devices and applications.
Right now, this means it is essential to get the mobility piece right for PC, laptop, tablet and phone. Given how much consumer behaviour has driven business technology adoption, it’s also foreseeable that this will soon start to extend to include new developments such as wearable technologies.
When IT is able to say yes to new innovation and plays a role in making life easier for users and improving productivity for the business, everyone wins. Yet managing limitations when it comes to building, managing and securing the mobility piece is an everyday reality for many on the IT frontline.
The good news is that with the advent of Windows 10, you now have the platform designed for the reality of enterprise mobility.
The right IT infrastructure can create endless opportunities for any retail business, at any size. Scale for growth, secure your data, and mobilize your team to keep business moving forward.
Are you doing all you can to help your teams deliver inspired customer experiences?
Today’s classrooms are less about traditional learning within the school walls. Learning is happening anywhere and everywhere, and technology should be playing a supportive role. In fact, technology should be invisible - out of the way of teaching and learning.
It is a shift in technology and approach that is fundamentally transforming the school IT landscape, along with the student learning experience, teaching practice and the business of education. Mobility in education is not just about supporting mobile devices.
IDC spent time with two customers of clientless remote software, Dell and Dover Federal credit Union, and they spoke about the importance of security, feature sets and the strong relationships needed to successfully deploy and manage tool sets that support end-users in a holistic manner. IDC shows how Mobility and IoT (Internet of things) will continue to drive growth and innovation across all industries that depend on IT resources.
With technology and business now deeply intertwined, the cost of choosing the wrong IT vendor can cause ripple effects across your business. From misallocating resources to stalling business processes and preventing growth, the wrong technology partner could cost your company more than you realise.
Whether you’re a mighty army of one or 1,000, businesses must find a way to safely navigate an always-evolving threat landscape. By combining a security-focused state of mind and state-of-the-art hardware innovation, comprehensive security becomes a natural function of everything the business does — people, processes, and products.
A professional workstation is more than the sum of its parts. A modern workstation is a balanced system based on the current processor, memory, storage and graphics technology that your engineering software needs. Upgrading to a new workstation ensures all of these components work together to ensure the optimum engineering computing experience.
As IoT has grown in size and complexity, mechanisms to ensure security haven't kept pace and is often managed with an operation focus.Find out how organisations can bring order and trust to unsecured devices that make up IoT and how exploiting IoT data can be executed without incurring risk.
With the workforce more mobile than ever before, this whitepaper looks at how an "all-wireless workplace" approach can result in a 75% reduction in onboarding cost and 34% drop in infrastructure cost.
The rise of the mobile generation has brought about a collaborative presence in the workforce. In the culture of sharing and openness, companies need to ensure enterprise assets do not suffer as a result. Research shows 4 in 10 finance companies have lost critical data through misuse of a mobile device. Find out in this whitepaper how organisations can develop a "mobile aware" culture within the workforce to lower this risk.