Mobility is an essential part of any workplace transformation strategy, helping businesses to become more productive and introducing greater control over a widening user landscape.
The benefits to any organisation from greater mobility are significant, introducing operational flexibility, improving productivity and reducing cost. But with greater mobility comes greater risk. For many, these risks are a barrier to the benefits mobility will deliver, constraining modern workplace practices, perpetuating inefficiencies and restricting growth.
Enterprise Mobility & Security addresses all the key aspects for a secure cloud and mobility transition, managing identity and access management, mobile productivity, information protection and identity driven security.
With increasing numbers of employees and customers working remotely, there are significant benefits to be gained from the introduction of Enterprise Mobility & Security products. Mobility is fast becoming the norm, but many businesses struggle to maintain appropriate control. It’s expected that all businesses will have a Mobility strategy in place by 2025, as demand for greater workplace flexibility and customer expectation increases.
Enterprise Mobility introduces greater workforce flexibility, allowing employees to work from anywhere across multiple devices, increasing productivity and reducing costs. While the benefits far outweigh the risks, the implementation of any mobility strategy requires considerable planning and preparation.
Any organisations planning their mobility strategy should focus on key areas such as:
- Mobile device policies, for company and personal devices
- Identity and Cloud security
- Data Security
- Threat Detection
- Mobile Productivity
Over 50% of all businesses use Microsoft Office 365, so Microsoft’s EM&S suite is a natural extension.