How Business is Adapting to the Next level of Mobility in The Hyper-Connected World

The Next level of Mobility for Businesses in The Hyper-Connected World (1)

Employees and other key stakeholders of a business now expect seamless, ‘always-on’ mobile connectivity from the device of their choice. Work processes are now built around mobility, and a throwback to the “stone age” of communications is unthinkable. Enterprises not providing enterprise solutions based on hyper-connectivity not only miss out on seizing the business moment, …

Enterprise Mobility Trends and Challenges in 2017

Enterprise Mobility 2017 Trends and Challenges Cover

About 71% of enterprises regard mobility as a top priority, and Nasscom estimates the global enterprise mobility market to be worth $140 billion a year, by 2020. Such widespread adoption of enterprise mobility solutions come as no surprise, considering an employee gains 240 hours a year on average, in terms of productivity, if they use …

Consumerization: What Is It and What Marketers Need To Know

After several years of living with the Internet of Things (IoT), ubiquity of software, and the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon, which has almost become mainstream now, we have a relatively new phenomenon coming up. The “Consumerization of IT”. While BYOD, BYOPC and the like, are all elements of consumerization, it is actually much …