The Gap Between Expectations and Expertise
SAP and CIO magazine conducted a survey of business technology executives – and the results are now in. We were looking to gauge current market developments, opinions and expectations related to enterprise mobility. View this series of valuable resources to help steer you in the right direction when it comes to successfully deploying a mobile strategy in your enterprise. The whitepaper and webinar explore what the key drivers are to mobile technology, who the mobile champions are within organizations, and what’s holding companies back.
Defining your Mobile Applications Strategy
Today's diverse workforce of business users are demanding access to business data. This puts pressure on CIOs to respond with a mobile applications strategy. Understanding how mobile solutions extend your enterprise – and transform it – can help to pave the path to a successful mobile enterprise. Learn how to define your mobile applcations strategy in this webinar featuring a discussion with SAP head of strategy JP Finnell and SAP CIO of the Americas, Mike Golz.
Going Mobile at SAP
Mobile technology is impacting every business, transforming experiences for employees, partners, and customers. With over 40,000 mobile devices in use, SAP is realizing significant business benefits from mobilizing employees worldwide. Its early and aggressive adoption of new technologies and sound mobile strategy are critical to this success. Learn how SAP has made its own workforce mobile, driving growth and revenue by increasing collaboration internally and with its global customers.
Best Practices for a Mobility Center of Excellence
The proliferation of different mobile devices, operating systems, suppliers and services—coupled with a lack of mobility standards—leads to complicated management and support requirements. Enterprises are struggling to come up with an approach to manage the proliferation of mobility across the organization. A proven way to handle this challenge is to establish a Mobility Center of Excellence.
Key Strategies for Deploying Enterprise Mobility Applications
There is a strong and growing demand from employees, managers and executives to leverage mobile technology to access enterprise information and systems. What is driving this trend? How do organizations decide what to mobilize? And what does it all cost? Explore this topic to decide which applications to prioritize for mobilization, what architecture you need in place to support your applications strategy, how to make sure the benefits outweigh the costs in your implementation, 5 key principles underlying application mobilization success, and a step-by-step guide for CIOs on how and where to mobilize applications in their enterprise.
Enterprise Grade 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) Strategies
Organizations are permitting, and even encouraging employees to bring their own mobile devices into the workplace to be used for work purposes. This trend is shifting the way in which devices are procured, paid for, managed and supported. While at first appearing to radically lower the cost of enterprise mobility, making productivity and communications advantages available to a much broader group of employees, the BYOD model also introduces new risks and may actually significantly increase costs of the organization if not properly managed.
Enterprise Mobility Management
Organizations are rightly deploying mobile device management solutions as means to secure their mobile devices. But there is much more to be done. This topic examines the needs for organizations to deploy a holistic Enterprise Mobility Management solution that goes well beyond mobile device management.