Learn How to Secure, Manage, and Enhance the Collaboration Experience on BYO and Company Provided Mobile Devices
Business is increasingly taking place on both personal and company-provided smartphones and tablets. As a result, IT leaders are prioritizing the extension of collaboration, productivity, and business application investments from desktop to mobile devices. In a recent IDG Enterprise Survey, 67 percent of IT leaders who are planning to invest in unified communications capabilities over the next 3 years expect to extend those experiences from the desktop to mobile devices to accelerate the adoption of unified communications.
Before IT organizations can fully realize the productivity and transformation benefits of mobile collaboration, they need to address a variety of challenges:
Gain visibility and control over mobile devices used at work to enable mobile collaboration on bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and company-provided devices
Streamline management, provisioning, and configuration of mobile devices, applications, and content across multiple mobile operating platforms
Mobilize and manage collaboration, productivity, and business applications for an increasingly mobile workforce to make them productive when mobile
Mitigate the security and compliance risks if these mobile devices are lost or stolen or an employee leaves the organization
Encourage mobile collaboration adoption by simplifying the user experience and making it easier for end users to collaborate from their mobile devices
Cisco® Mobile Collaboration Management Service (MCMS)from Cisco Services offers IT organizations a managed mobility service to address these challenges. With this cloud-based mobile device, application, and content management service, IT organizations can secure, manage, and enhance the collaboration experience on mobile devices and streamline mobile collaboration management, mitigate security and compliance risks, and enhance the user experience to accelerate the next wave of productivity.
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