Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Managing Mobility as a Business Imperative

BlackBerry/Ovum: Today, businesses view mobile devices, applications, and services much the same way as they did a decade ago, but Ovum believes that is about to change. Current economic conditions and technological improvements are encouraging businesses to view–and manage–their mobile infrastructure as an asset.

This white paper describes:

  • “the barriers to managing mobility and the potential benefits firms can
    realize from taking a more global, co-ordinated approach;
  • “the components of a complete managed mobility service, and which might
    create the most value for firms with differing requirements;
  • “how an enterprise can navigate the complex world of potential managed
    mobility partners, including specialists, systems integrators, and carriers;
  • “best practice with respect to how a business should manage an ongoing
    relationship with its mobility partners.”

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