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How To Overcome Top 3 Obstacles Slowing The Adoption Of Enterprise Mobile Applications

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Organizations realize that providing mobile applications and access to employees has the potential to dramatically increase productivity. So why are they slow to bring out mobile versions of enterprise software? Learn how to overcome three main obstacles slowing the deployment of enterprise-grade mobile applications, as outlined in a recent ZDNet article.

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3 Technologies That Make Governments More Efficient

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Governments have a reputation for lagging behind the private sector when it comes to adopting technology. But as they face pressure to operate more efficiently, governments are embracing many emerging technologies. An article from CMSWire highlights three of the top trends that Gartner expects to have a big impact on improving government efficiency.

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What’s Necessary To Make Mobile Productivity A Reality?

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You probably use your mobile phone for tasks like checking email and making appointments on your calendar. But what about “real work” that’s more process-driven, such as editing a contract? As an article from CMSWire points out, more process-focused apps are going to be needed for people to be truly productive using mobile devices.

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How Could Mobile Apps Give Your Business A Competitive Advantage?

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An article from BaselineMag.com reports how “mobile apps are increasingly the glue that holds everything together” for businesses. That’s why more organizations are creating their own enterprise app stores to provide employees with options when it comes to approved apps. Learn how mobile apps could benefit your organization.

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How To Boost User Adoption Of Your Enterprise Mobility Efforts

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Enterprise mobility enables end users to work faster and more effectively whenever and from wherever they’re located. But despite those benefits, mobile app adoption remains low, an article from CMSWire reports. The key to boosting user adoption is clearly communicating the benefits and addressing concerns about security or privacy.

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Are You Forgetting About Mobile Employees Who Work At The Office?

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When you think of “mobile employees,” what pops into your head? It’s probably employees who frequently travel for work or those who work remotely. But don’t overlook employees who work in an office environment and spend most of the day away from their desk. An article on IT Business Edge explains why those employees also need mobile collaboration tools.

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4 Signs You Need A New Approach To Collaboration

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If you’re seeking to improve collaboration and communication across your organization, tools like SharePoint are able to help. But technology alone isn’t going to make a difference. To truly embrace the changes that collaboration tools enable, you need to change how your organization operates and thinks, according to an article on Re/code.

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What’s Holding Public Sector Organizations Back From Embracing BYOD?

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A recent survey shows that public sector organizations are more interested in using a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach to reduce costs than private sector businesses. However, concerns about security are holding them back, according to an article from PublicTechnology.net. Learn how taking the right approach to BYOD could actually improve security.

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4 Keys To Enterprise Collaboration Success

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While most organizations view enterprise collaboration as “crucial” to business success, they’re also confused about how collaboration and social tools link together, according to recent research from AIIM. An article on the CMSWire website breaks down the 33-page study and highlights four keys to enterprise collaboration success.

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What’s Driving Federal Agencies To Focus More On Mobility?

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Much like private sector employees, government workers want the ability to access information from anywhere and on any device they choose, an article from Federal News Radio reports. For many federal agencies, safety is the chief concern with mobility. The key is to clearly map out your mobile risks when creating a strategy for mobility.

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