Businesses of all types have been going digital at their own pace, but the coronavirus pandemic has indisputably sped up the process. In the wake of shutdown orders, retailers and restaurants had to quickly modify their game plan. Many stores and eateries had crafted their business model around inviting people into their space to be served. For safety reasons, interactions now should be short and involve as little contact as possible. As a result, numerous businesses in the retail industry risked being left behind if they were unable to keep up with changing trends and new requirements.
The beginning of a new year naturally draws our mind to the future. How will things be different? What can we do better?
The managed mobility space is constantly evolving. In order to keep up and operate on the leading edge in your organization, itâ€™s important to set clear, attainable goals for the coming year. In reality, there are more than 10+ goals that are constant topics of discussion right now regarding the management of mobile devices and endpoints in corporate environments. However, Tech Orchard has identified and broken out the following three topics as priority for your consideration.
If a productive employee is a happy employee, are your employees happy? Or are they bogged down by apps crashing, restarting devices and remembering multiple login credentials?
Chances are thereâ€™s a drawer or closet in your office that has become the technology graveyard. As employees update phones, tablets and more, these devices sometimes pile up without a plan of action.
State of Enterprise Mobility: Device and application issues are widespread and interrupt productivity
B2M Solutions recently released its second report on the State of Enterprise Mobility. The results may surprise â€” and even alarm â€” leaders at companies whose employees rely on mobile devices and applications to do their jobs daily.