Wireless connectivity is now so widely available, and so widely deployed, that it’s now an essential part of business.
First responders, utilities, transit workers and fleet managers depend on wireless connectivity to access information, make decisions, and get more done – whether they’re in the field or working within the enterprise.
Wireless connectivity or “mobility”, gives workers the tools they need to be efficient and productive, and helps organizations better manage operations by knowing the location and status of their mobile assets. Mobility also introduces a new set of challenges including security, availability of services, ease of use, support resources and deployment costs that organizations need to keep in mind when developing a strategy for mobility.
By following the 10 guidelines listed in this document, organizations can be confident that their approach to connecting their mobile workforce to the enterprise network will leverage the best that wireless connectivity has to offer.
Download this white paper to learn:
- The importance of having a “mobility mindset”
- Security considerations, and
- The role that remote management plays in helping you support your workforce in the field