Technology moves faster in the IT department than it does in the kitchen. We have every reason to expect that over the next few years the pace of integration of Cloud technologies will advance to a point where we will soon be looking back and wondering what we did before we had the Cloud. The key to this shift will be to determine where the Cloud has benefits for our particular organization.Cloud-based device management is the precise type of area where IT Pros and CIO’s will be well served by being in front of a trend that will sweep past them if not addressed proactively.
* * *With customers from a variety of industries, we are already seeing that managing the Cloud-Device Convergence within your own organization has a compounding effect over time. If addressed before your infrastructure and/or end-user demands reach a crisis level, your ability to meet and maintain mobility management needs is dramatically improved. On the other hand, taking a status quo approach to emerging and persistent technology demands is not (historically) a position of strength or leadership. In the whitepaper I noted above, Fuller concludes with some particularly useful insight:
If Information Technology were to have an equivalent to the Hippocratic Oath it should be summarized, “ To use technology for the betterment of the world .” At its core, Information Technology is all about innovating and gaining efficiencies. IT professionals are constantly challenged to strive to be those who use the tools available to their best capabilities.We’ve built our enterprise mobility offerings – and the accompanying support that goes with it – to put you in a position to drive this kind of innovation, efficiency, and (on a good day) world betterment.
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