Monday May 25, 2020

Business on the move

The mobile revolution shows no signs of abating, and increased consumer expectations have transformed even the world of enterprise computing and communication. Jason Walsh looks at how businesses are evolving their approaches to mobility

4th March, 2018

Picture the scene: an executive is sitting poolside when a market-moving event occurs. What to do? Would he even hear about it? Let’s say he did: running back to his hotel room, he dials the office and gives an order — buy more widgets, or maybe sell them, who knows? — but it’s too late. The damage is done. The enterprise is mobile, all right: downwardly mobile.

Okay, perhaps it’s unrealistic,...

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