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Why mobility will - and does already - matter to IT

(Chris Silva, ZDNet) While mobile enterprise seems to be a lot of futurespeak, it turns out it does actually matter to CIOs, and has been highlighted in Forrester’s  recent “The Top 15 Technology Trends EA Should Watch” report.

According to the report, all three areas - mobile networks gaining in power, mobile devices strengthening and mobile apps going mobile - represent an area of high business impact. The upside of arming your users with the combination of these three technology elements can reap great rewards in productivity, user satisfaction and business efficiency.

Thinking about mobile as not just a “now” technology, but taking into account networks, devices, and software as one connected ecosystem will ensure an investment in one of the three, key areas of mobility does not adversely affect the others. After all, successful implementations of technology will allow it to change business for better, not for worse.

 
 
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