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Giving Mobility a Seat at the IT Table

Enterprise mobility has matured past the point of early market penetration and the prototypical early adopters. Best-in-Class organizations have prioritized the management and security of their mobile infrastructure as a key objective for IT in 2011, consolidating their mobile operations under IT ma...

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Mobile BI: Actionable Intelligence for the Agile Enterprise

The global economic downturn may have slowed, but it is not over. Yet in some respects, it appears more of a global restructuring than simply a global slowdown. It has already substantially realigned markets and galvanized economic changes that were nascent before the recession. As a consequence, i...

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The Enterprise in Motion

All mobile software applications are not created equal. Enterprise end-users have a fundamentally different expectation of their mobile apps than they do of their desktop apps. They expect rapid and easy access to secure and accurate information whenever and wherever it's needed. The impact of biome...

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Higher Learning, Higher Speed: Campuses Graduate to 802.11n

In the March 2010 Aberdeen benchmark report "Multi-Site and Campus-Area Wireless LANs: Advantages of the Centralized Approach," 163 institutions were surveyed regarding their use of multi-site and campus-area wireless local area networks. This article provides an analysis into the pressures driving ...

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Big Wireless on Campus: Lowering the TCO of University Networks

Aberdeen's May 2009 report "Wireless LAN 2009: From Network of Convenience to Critical Infrastructure" described the progress that the Best-in-Class had made from transforming their WLAN from a casual network overlay to that of core IT infrastructure. It also reported that Best-in-Class organization...

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A Spring of Mobile Melodrama

This has been a busy couple of months for enterprise mobility. 2010 isn't half over, and there are already significant changes in the enterprise mobility landscape: HP agreed to acquire Palm; SAP agreed to buy Sybase; McAfee made a deal to acquire Trust Digital; Antenna Software acquired Vaultus; Bo...

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Different Strokes: One Multi-Site WLAN Does Not Fit All

For the upcoming March 2010 Aberdeen benchmark report, Multi-Site and Campus-Area Wireless LANs: Advantages of the Centralized Approach, 163 organizations were surveyed regarding their use of multi-site and campus-area wireless LANs. Certain vertical sectors had an especially strong representation a...

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Mobile Enterprise Strategies: We’re All in This Together

As organizations enter 2010, it is no longer sufficient to simply provide mobile devices to employees and expect concrete business value to somehow magically appear. With the emergence of new mobile platforms, the infiltration of individual-liable devices into the workplace and the rapid growth of m...

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Web Site Performance: When Seconds Count

It is time to talk about the changing role of Web sites in business. They are no longer simply online calling cards and repositories of marketing collateral. They've become the heartbeat of the organization, the public face, the online portal for employee and partner access. They're evolving to mul...

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Secure, Real-Time UC: Safe Connections While on the Move

Unified Communications holds enormous promise as a coherent, integrated approach to incorporating the full spectrum of business communications modalities, and as direct path to cut through "communications clutter" resulting in accelerated time-to-action. It also offers a cost-effective way to more d...

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Mobile Software Firm Strikes While the Market Is Hot

On June 10, Antenna Software completed the acquisition of Dexterra for an undisclosed amount, solidifying its position as a key player in the mobile middleware/platform space, with a sharpened focus on field force enablement. This market grab comes on the heels of Antenna's acquisition of Vettro's s...

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Enterprise Mobility: An Investment That Works Harder, Smarter

The enterprise demand for mobility has remained steady and even increased, despite budgets for mobility initiatives being cut during the current global economic downturn, according to a new Aberdeen Group study "More Mobility -- Less Budget: Enterprise Strategies in the Current Economic Downturn." T...

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Enterprise Mobility and Collaboration: A Better Work/Life Balance

A study conducted by the Aberdeen Group, a Harte-Hanks company, determined that Best-in-Class organizations were able to leverage their investments in mobility to drive significant improvements in customer satisfaction, workforce productivity, and employee retention. The employee retention benefits ...

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