With this Dimensional Research report, discover how mobile monitoring software can help you better understand users and their experience with your mobile application.
Users reach for mobile devices many times every day, specifically to use mobile apps. Mobile device users heavily rely on peer reviews and star ratings to help them choose their apps. Once a mobile app is installed, that app is judged for its speed, responsiveness and stability, which define the user experience and overall satisfaction.
Published By: HP Inc.
Published Date: Jun 03, 2019
As the changing workforce puts pressure on companies to adopt the use of mobile and personal devices,
significant business trends, such as data analytics, the digitization of business functions and the blending
of service offerings across industries, are also expanding the use of technologies. This expansion
increases the boundaries of what’s possible, and it also creates risks.
If you’ve noticed more employees accessing the corporate network using their personally owned mobile devices, you’re not alone. Many employees are boosting their productivity by using their smartphones and tablets at work.
Gone are the days of corporate IT departments dictating the types of mobile devices that could access the network. Bring your own device (BYOD) policies, while increasing employee satisfaction and productivity, are straining corporate networks.
This white paper describes the limitations of legacy networks, especially for supporting BYOD. Understanding these limitations can pave the way for a successful BYOD management policy for campus and branch networks.
With new technologies, new opportunities often emerge, especially in business. The advent of innovations, such as social media and mobile devices, is changing the ways businesses interact with customers and the ways in which customers desire to be engaged. Opportunities arising from the benefits of salesforce automation, business intelligence (BI), and customer relationship management (CRM) applications are providing new levels of insight, helping businesses acquire customers more efficiently and retain those customers longer. As a direct result, organizations that invest in better understanding potential customers are likely to see higher returns than those organizations that possess a more limited understanding of their customer base. Seeking the competitive advantage resulting from improved customer focus, IT organizations have increased investment in business intelligence and analytics and the underlying infrastructure to support those applications.
Nutra-Flo case study that shows cost reduction and increased productivity - team members can carry this capability with them on mobile devices, so they can stay connected with colleagues via instant messaging even when in the field. Lotus Sametime Web conferencing, Nutra-Flo can save travel costs to the Asia Pacific region. Web conferencing allows us to stay in touch with partners around the world without being there in person.
With widespread use of mobile devices and social media, today's consumers are connected and empowered like never before. This white paper explores the challenges that face retail chief marketing officers (CMOs) and their divisions.
Combining the power of cloud computing with the freedom and functionality of mobile devices can give enterprises access to a wide range of key benefits. Read on this white paper to learn more about SmartCloud for Business Mobility.
"Building game-changing mobile apps—from vision to execution
The proliferation of mobile devices, from smartphones to tablets, is empowering customers all over the world. Now, they expect to engage with enterprises and brands on their terms. In order to get closer to customers and boost productivity, many companies are now investing in apps, with varying results. Read the paper to see why it pays to have an innovative, sound mobile app strategy in place—before looking to build compelling systems of engagement."
Employee-owned mobile devices are in the enterprise to stay. But the explosion in the numbers and types of mobile devices spawns questions that organizations must address if they are to gain the most benefits possible from employees, their devices and the business network.
Until now, marketers have been limited to two relatively uninspired options for sending direct communications to consumers on their mobile phones: SMS (a.k.a., text messaging), and text-only, imageless email on devices like the BlackBerry and Palm Treo. But with the introduction of Apple’s iPhone and competitor operating systems like Google’s Android and Palm’s Pre/Pixi now offering similarly rich user experiences, email marketers have a huge opportunity to reach consumers anywhere, any time, on their mobile devices.
Mobile computing via smart phone, laptop, tablet and e-reader is becoming commonplace in the enterprise today. Unfortunately, so are the challenges it brings. This White Paper examines the network security, device management, network performance and user expectation issues you need to solve for effective mobile collaboration, and outlines the planned, architectural approach IBM recommends.
With 2.5 billion employee-owned mobile devices in the workplace today, enterprises are struggling to capture the business benefits while bracing their IT infrastructure against data breaches and a deluge of mobile traffic. A new study reveals that the most mobile-savvy organizations are employing specific best practices, including mobile planning, integration, optimization and management to achieve mobile infrastructure maturity.
The ubiquity of mobile devices is transforming the ways that business gets done in today’s world. IBM has the services that can help go beyond supporting devices to achieve a flexible, powerful mobile enterprise.
Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, enable increasing numbers of employees to work "anywhere, anytime."The security of enterprise data is a key concern, particularly on mobile devices that are easily lost or stolen. The security risk is further heightened by the proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices in many enterprises. Employees will almost always take the path of least resistance in leveraging mobile devices for business purposes, which may lead to unsafe computing practices. A clearly documented and enforceable mobile security policy is critical to reducing the risk of data loss.
As your employees bring their own smartphones and tablets to the workplace, you need to create a flexible mobile environment that allows personally owned and corporate-issued devices to co-exist. IBM Mobile Enterprise Services for managed mobility is designed to help reduce the complexity that comes with multiple mobile platforms. IBM recently commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment that companies realized by engaging IBM to implement a “bring your own device” program. In this report, you’ll learn how these companies: Increased employee productivity and satisfaction; expanded revenues from improved sales mobility, and decreased replacement, mobility infrastructure and support costs.
e IBM journey toward unified communications for mobile and social collaboration. Many of today's innovations are driven by the consumer marketplace, and the workplace is no exception. As consumers, we are very familiar with new ways for people to find each other, keepin touch, share ideas and be mobile, getting information from many place. As employees, we would like to apply these consumer capabilities to our work - seamlessly and on a global basis - to make us more productive and effective with business colleagues, clients and business partners. This white paper discusses IBMs infrastructure transformation over the first 12 years, summary value proposition, and volution in supporting mobile devices and BYOD.
Technology advances are changing the way employees work, consumers buy, and enterprises conduct business. Old methods for marketing products are taking a back seat to online distribution, and mobile devices are ubiquitous access points to the Internet. The resulting environment is ripe for the creation and distribution of new software for handling a constantly expanding array of functions. When there is an app for everything, organizations have no choice but to adapt or risk getting left behind as markets enter the era of the Web application programming interface (API).
This paper explores how companies can more safely introduce employee- or corporate-owned mobile devices into the work-place, identify the risks inherent in their broader access to corpo-rate data, and derive enhanced business value.
Consumers are leveraging innovative and richly functional mobile devices to become connected and empowered like never before, reshaping the consumer/marketer relationship and raising the stakes for marketers to utilize the mobile channel to engage shoppers and drive revenue.