Enterprise Mobility Strategy

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Enterprise Mobility Strategy - Hidden Brains Infotech - Web Mobile App Development Company

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Enterprise mobility is now a new way of doing business. But enterprise mobility forces many changes in an organization both culturally and technically. Enterprise mobility consulting is focused on helping enterprises achieve breakthrough growth throughout the rapidly changing mobile ecosystem.

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Building a Mobile Business Strategy Enterprise mobility consulting is a crucial step to help businesses design and develop mobility solutions to drive additional business and customer value. A successful mobile business strategy should be mobile-first to create serious organizational inroads that can provide new entry points for users alongside existing service offerings.

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Here are important terms for Enterprise Mobility Development MDM Mobile Device Management MDM stands for "Mobile Device Management." It is software that can help companies to lock down control encrypt and enforce policies on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. MDM allows the IT department to assume complete control over the device—IT can "own" it and essentially do whatever they want to it.

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MAM Mobile Application Management Mobile Application Management can be applied to only particular applications on a device rather than the entire device. With MAM an IT department could lock down control and secure just specific corporate applications. MAM lets IT encrypt only the data stored by the apps. The users installed apps would function as normal. For remote wiping the company could wipe the corporate apps and data. When using MAM the company doesnt have visibility to anything users do outside of their apps.

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MIM Mobile Information Management MIM is "mobile information management" that syncs files and documents across different devices just like cloud services. The cool thing about MIM is that there are plenty of public services that users can get on their own today. Ultimately MIM products will be rolled into the larger service offerings that IT provides to users just like email and calendar and the client apps will be delivered to mobile devices via MDM or MAM.

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BYOD Bring Your Own Device BYOD is one of the concepts that started the enterprise mobility revolution. It allows end users to bring their mobile devices and access corporate information as well as company resources. Many companies allow users to sync their personal smart devices to the corporate email servers without any specific kind of MDM or MAM. While BYOD is an ownership model MDM MAM and MIM are various types of software companies can buy and use.

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UEM Unified Endpoint Management is a combination of enterprise mobility management EMM mobile device management MDM and client management. UEM takes into account different devices and platforms to ensure seamless cross-platform security and management for IT departments ultimately improving the scope of device administration and data security.

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Conclusion At the crux of enterprise mobility strategy is partnering with a trusted company.Many small companies might not survive in the pace of technology revolution or will be acquired by larger entities as part of marketplace consolidation potentially jeopardizing solutions and engagements. Looking for enterprise mobility solutions to take your business to the next level Get in touch with our team. Get a Quote

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