The new workplace is now undeniably a mobile enterprise, so it's not surprising that 66 percent of CIOs plan to increase investments in mobile in the next year.1 Employees may use the communications and collaboration tools you provide, but many are bringing in their own devices, expecting to connect seamlessly with corporate applications and each other.
This new mobile business model with anytime, anywhere transactions and a blurring of lines between corporate and individual can make your IT organisation feel like it has lost control. For all the good that comes with mobilising your workforce, there are challenges: maintaining security and compliance, managing multiple device platforms and addressing complex mobile requirements.
IBM can help your staff develop the right strategy and governance and deliver a wide range of mobile enterprise services to create a more productive, connected workplace.1. IBM Flexible Workplace CIO study, October 2011
What we offer
Manage BYOD and the proliferation of smartphones, tablets and handheld devices in your enterprise and the growing demand for secure access to corporate data
Connect and collaborate with unified communications services with integrated voice, data and video to support a mobile workforce
Protect smartphone and tablet users against mobile device risks like theft, viruses, spyware and unauthorised applications with managed security services in the cloud
Design an enterprise wireless infrastructure that connects people to each other and the information they need, while lowering costs and enhancing security.
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IBM at IDC Enterprise Mobility Conference 2012
IBM recently attended the IDC Enterprise Mobility Conferences - “Cutting through the mobility hype”, where David Merrill, Senior Technical Staff Member, CIO Office, spoke about the 5 steps organisations must follow to create a flexible mobility strategy that delivers to their specific business demands.