Mobility Drives Business Innovation, Increases Efficiency, According to Book Excerpt

John Storts

With Apple's upcoming iPhone OS update and the popularity of Google's Android being bandied about so much, we're all hearing a lot about mobile technology and its potential for business.


Author Bhuvan Unhelkar's assessment goes a step further and asserts that mobile technology has become more than just viable as a business tool. He advises that organizations should not look at mobile technology as an extension of or support system for existing processes, but as a driver of innovation and creator of entirely new business processes. In short, it has become essential to doing business for many organizations.


IT managers will want to take a look at his "Managing Mobile Business" chapter from "Next Wave of Technologies" in the Knowledge Network. It makes a strong case for assessing and adopting mobile tech while addressing privacy and security concerns.


I've written recently about Knowledge Network tools and other resources devoted to informing IT professionals about mobile options and major industry players. We've provided mobile platform programmers with guides for building applications, managers with overviews of various mobile devices and IT workers with how-to guides for getting best business results from mobile devices. Take advantage of what we have to offer. Get mobile and get moving.


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