Articulate the goals of the initiative so everyone in the company knows what the project is trying to achieve. Putting up posters, creating a website and scheduling PR events are all good ways to get the word out.
A mobile enterprise is one where people can work from anywhere, anytime. There is a host of reasons businesses are finding it hard to “go mobile.” First of all, mobile at work means a lot more than having access to a smartphone or tablet. A true mobile enterprise is one where people are completely productive, anytime, anywhere … in the office and on the go. Secondly, it’s not about mobile devices — it is about business, technology, and people. And that means having a business strategy, a technology strategy, as well as a people/worker strategy to achieve business results. Ignore any one of these key elements at your peril. David Lavenda, vice president of product strategy at harmon.ie, offers 10 tips you need to heed to become a mobile enterprise.
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