Saturday June 6, 2020

Make your business mobile

The future of enterprise is mobile and unified, writes Ross O’Neill

6th March, 2016
Brian Martin general manager and Alan Foy, group chief executive, Blueface

Organisations are now seeking more and more complete enterprise mobility services that enable full mobile productivity across their businesses. The evolution of enterprise mobility now maps to a shifting mindset among information technology around mobile devices and applications.

It is expected that business sectors are going to see greater adoption of mobile technology and wireless in the coming years as more and more enterprises embrace these technologies to drive their businesses.

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