• Mobility And Integration – Video introduction
    Becoming a mobile organisation will unlock creativity in your workforce, and connect you with customers better. The “upwardly mobile” enterprise will ensure its staff have what they need to work effectively, and securely anywhere, and will make a vastly different impact on partners and customers alike.

Simon Gale, IBM – Good Enterprise Mobility Projects Are About Integration

Resources

  • This white paper, based on original IBM research with analysis by IDC, offers a Mobile Infrastructure Maturity Model and documents the best practices and characteristics of organisations that are leaders.
  • 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 study, you’ll learn how these companies:
  • Mobility is now a business fact of life. Will your organization be one with mobile capabilities or a truly mobile enterprise? The new IBM white paper “Building the mobile enterprise: integrated, secure and productive” explains the difference and offers a checklist of eight key items to consider when planning your mobility initiatives.
  • Instant access and information using a BYOD mobility model is making a competitive difference for financial services organisations. Learn the best practices of the industry’s mobility leaders.
  • The IBM Global IT Study on Mobile Infrastructure found mobile leaders to be 2X more likely to experience revenue growth of at least 10% and 2X more likely to get an IT budget increase. Find out how you compare to more than 360 study participants from both a worldwide and a regional perspective. Take the self-assessment and receive a customized report based on the study findings, including recommendations on improving your approach to infrastructure for mobile.
  • It’s not easy being today’s CIO. As growing numbers of employees bring their own computing devices to work, CIOs are faced with a tough choice: Find a secure way to let employees conduct business on their own devices—or simply say no. If you’d rather say yes, read the article to learn how IBM balances openness and risk management in the enterprise mobile workplace. You’ll take away five steps to consider when embarking on a “bring your own device” (BYOD) program.
  • Flexible workplace forward thinkers are reporting productivity increases and cost decreases of 20% or more. Learn to achieve these benefits for your business by downloading the IBM executive report Achieving success with a flexible workplace: Forward thinkers’ best practices to enhance productivity, spur innovation and reduce costs. The report contains findings from a recent IBM survey covering user mobility, user support, collaboration and security.
  • Putting information into clinicians’ hands right when they need it saves lives. Learn the mobility best practices for healthcare—and the benefits to patients, clinicians and the organization.
  • The third annual IBM Tech Trends Report “Fast track to the future” provides a unique glimpse into the organizations that are setting that pace. It covers the technologies that are rapidly reshaping how enterprises operate.
  • Mobility is now a business fact of life. Will your organization be one with mobile capabilities or a truly mobile enterprise? The new IBM white paper “Building the mobile enterprise: integrated, secure and productive” explains the difference and offers a checklist of eight key items to consider when planning your mobility initiatives.
  • Organizations are largely relying on TCO and ROI models in determining whether or not to invest in a unified communications (UC) solution. But what other factors are they considering? You’ll better understand the value that firms are deriving from UC, the status of its adoption, and the barriers to full implementation.