It’s an inescapable fact that today’s technologies are converging at an unprecedented rate, creating valuable opportunities for enterprise.
This year, Gartner has predicted that mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common web access device worldwide. As a consequence, increasingly connected consumers and professionals are instinctively evolving the way they communicate and operate.
Amidst this surge in mobility, the most strategic enterprises are also proactively evolving their communications, recognising key trends such as bring your own device (BYOD) and choose your own device (CYOD) as an enabler for business growth, rather than a problem that must be dealt with.
Here, speed could be a critical factor. More specifically, businesses that are swift and agile in the way they use and further the deployment of technologies within the organisation are more likely to realise important opportunities to improve internal productivity and efficiency, as well as seize the potential to further competitive advantage.
As well as acting quickly and with agility, ensuring overall security and visibility are further critical considerations when deploying advanced flexible working and collaboration technologies.
For the many firms now operating internationally, adopting a secure, simplified approach to integrated communications offers the potential to bring about greater cost control over global communications, as well as encourage seamless communication between colleagues – regardless of where they are.
Evolving enterprise communication in 2013
To hear an in-depth discussion on major technology trends, including managing BYOD and CYOD across corporate networks, ensuring mobile device security and integrating mobility into new and existing business models, listen to the Vodafone Global Enterprise Webinar at: