Why you need a mobile strategy?
A mobile strategy is a plan that lists and describes our company’s key requirements and positions on a wide range of mobility issues. The purpose is to gather inputs from all stakeholders to create a strategy that supports the goals of business without compromising on data security or privacy. Without a mobile strategy, making the right decision on a long term solution can be next to impossible. There are some of the key questions enterprises are consistently asking:
10 key questions enterprises are consistently asking
1. What kind of mobile apps do we need to roll out to leverage mobility and improve productivity in your organization?
2. How confidence are we when it comes to the security of business data – including that of our customers/clients – in an increasingly mobile and cloud-oriented environment?
3. Are we able to accurately forecast IT expenses around mobility? Do we have a solution that can meet your needs today and tomorrow?
4. How confident are we when it comes to the security of not only our business data, but also the application credentials and user configurations that may be stored on mobile devices?
5. How do we help app owners, app developers, and IT to work together to respect a common security baseline?
6. How do we ensure different development teams are able to apply the same security capabilities across all app types?
7. How will we address continued growth in users, devices and data as mobile becomes a bigger part of the business?
8. How easy is it to meet our compliance or security requirements?
9. What advantages could we gain by reducing the number of vendors and solutions in our mobility environment?
10. How successfully are we addressing our employees’ trust and privacy issues?
What does EBS provides?
Our integrated security solution helps enterprises manage and secure their mobile devices, connect things and secure communications for all messaging and file types.
EBS carries comprehensive mobile solutions from an outstanding expert of Unified Endpoint Management – BlackBerry, which offers an all-rounded mobile–native approach to security that safeguard the entire enterprise from end point to end point.
Being Blackberry Secure means enterprise-wide solutions that are informed by deep mobile security expertise and experience, continuous technical innovation, industry partnerships and academic collaborations, on-demand cyber-security expert services and a point of view that recognizes vulnerability wherever it lies.
The Mobile Maturity Curve
There are four general stages to the mobile maturity curve. As your business accelerates along the curve, your mobile approach will become gradually more transformative as you adopt new strategies, incorporate new tools, modify existing business processes, and eventually create entirely new business models.
Acronyms change quickly in mobility, and while yesterday’s focus was on MDM, and then EMM, enterprises today are seeking solutions for Unified Endpoint Management, or UEM, which encompasses management, security and identity across mobile devices as well as desktops, laptops and other endpoints.
Key Factors in Making a UEM Platform Decision