Colligo Blog: Mobile Content Management

5 Keys To A Successful Enterprise Mobile Strategy

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Users have high expectations for mobile devices these days, both as consumers and workers. The enterprise mobility space will continue to grow, which is going to require a more formalized enterprise approach than has been developed so far, an article from ZDNet explains. There are five keys to consider when crafting a mobile strategy.

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What Role Will BYOA Play In Enterprise Mobility?

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Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is presenting some great opportunities for companies to allow employees more flexibility in where and how they do their work. All the dust hasn’t settled from BYOD, but App Developer Magazine notes a related trend that companies should also be prepared to handle: bring-your-own-app (BYOA).

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How Can You Maintain Security While Embracing Mobility And BYOD?

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An article from Mobile Enterprise shows that iOS is increasingly replacing BlackBerry as the operating system of choice in the enterprise, but regardless of the devices being used, the bottom line is that security is highly important to organizations. The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend only underscores this issue.

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Will 2014 Bring Increased Mobile Access To ECM Data?

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In 2013, we saw the continued rapid growth of mobility in the enterprise. However, mobile access to enterprise content management (ECM) lags behind, according to research highlighted in an article from CMSWire. But 2014 could be the year that enterprise tools really catch up in this area, especially with capabilities added by third-party tools.

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Are You Taking Advantage Of Mobility And BYOD?

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People need access to business content from all kinds of locations, and they need to be able to use a range of devices far beyond the typical desktop PC. Mobile support is vital for improving user adoption. Mobile users must be able to create and edit documents, participate in discussions and manage tasks, an article from InformationWeek explains.

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How Can Companies Adapt To The Consumerization Of IT?

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The IT landscape has radically changed. In an article on the ZDNet website, Tom Kendra, vice president and general manager for systems management of Dell’s software group, hits on an important theme in the consumerization of IT. Organizations must be able to support the desire of employees to use whatever devices and applications they choose.

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Top 5 Mobile Collaboration Predictions For 2014

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Enterprise mobility could be a big driver of increasing productivity in coming years, and organizations that embrace it in a smart way may be able to gain a competitive edge. At the same time, it’s a new area, so this is a good time to look ahead to what 2014 will mean for mobile collaboration, a topic discussed in an article from Information Age.

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How Can Third-Party Solutions Ease Concerns About The Cost Of Mobility?

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CIOs in a Mobile Helix survey cited cost as a big reason for not pursuing enterprise mobility more aggressively, according to an article from BetaNews. However, the cost of going mobile would be less of a roadblock for many CIOs if they’d look at using out-of-the-box third-party applications, as opposed to custom in-house developments.

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4 Key Trends In Enterprise Mobility For 2014

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Mobility in the enterprise has already had a huge impact and will only continue to grow. Mobility is great for improving the productivity of a workforce that’s increasingly working remotely, but it also raises some new issues. An article from InformationWeek highlights four key trends that will influence mobility strategies in 2014.

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Why Mobile Device Management Is Still Necessary Even With Cloud Architecture

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Data is moving to the cloud, and enterprise plumbing is needed to manage all of that. An article from The Next Web argues that this signals the demise of mobile device management, but in reality MDM isn’t dead or unnecessary in a cloud-based architecture. MDM will, however, evolve into being less about control and more about monitoring.

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