User experience is everything in mobility
With a growing number of organisations going ‘mobile first’ in their IT activities, enterprise mobility is a trend that’s here to stay. In fact, many would say it’s the ‘new normal’. Alex Meehan reports
For many Irish companies, the need to conduct business while on the move is increasingly just a fact of life. Communication in business is all about being contactable and having the information you need at your fingertips, and that’s where enterprise mobility shines.
“The ability to do business on the move is extremely important to our customers. But it’s important to note that enterprise mobility isn’t just about mobile phones, it’s about more...
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