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The Reign of Enterprise Mobility Begins - Q4 e zine- week 41

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The Reign of Enterprise Mobility Begins - Q4 e zine- week 41

  1. 1. Issue 41 October, 2013 MaaS rains benefits – reign of enterprise mobility begins Two of the most prominent technology trends, Cloud and Mobility, have joined hands – giving rise to a robust enterprise mobility platform. Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) is born out of the hybrid combination comprising infrastructure elements, security applications, operation tools and other components. The various components combine well to promote deploying, managing and monitoring of mobile devices, users and data. Most importantly, MaaS initiates the shift of responsibility from the enterprise to service provider, when it comes to mobile infrastructure and management system. MaaS gives the push for enterprises to set up a mobility platform, boosts user productivity by enhancing scalability, reliability and security. For enterprises, it has never been easier to mobilize business.
  2. 2. MaaS nurturing the ‘mobile-driven enterprise’ The dispersed workforce has pushed enterprises to acquire flexible mobile computing capabilities to meet evolving needs. But complexities involved in building and maintaining mobile computing infrastructures as well as management systems have forced enterprises to rethink their strategy. Mobility-as-service equips enterprises to meet the demands of the mobility age. MaaS empowers enterprises to conquer the inadequacies arising out of on-premise and traditional products, get equipped with functionalities required to accomplish business goals cost-effectively and quickly With MaaS, an enterprise’s responsibility of mobile infrastructure and management system gets shifted to the provider MaaS allows enterprises to do away with the need to get equipped with additional staff and hardware Enterprises take advantage of MaaS to accelerate implementation and enhance user productivity through increased security, scalability and reliability More than anything, the ‘mobile blind spot’ gets eliminated with MaaS promoting everywhere visibility and control pertaining to devices, mobile users and data MaaS – Key characteristics Availability everywhere – The cloud based MaaS promotes anytime, anywhere IT control and user productivity– not restricted by the boundaries pertaining to the corporate perimeter Support all devices – The MaaS platform supports all devices, by providing tools for managing laptops, desktops as well as handheld devices Universal access controls and connectivity – Simplifying connectivity, MaaS paves way for a secure, single universal user experience for end users. This is achieved through the single identity management as well as mobile access control capability for that of IT Support all applications – MaaS platform consolidates infrastructure and that of security applications from different vendors into a distinct production image Consolidated operations/ reporting – The MaaS platform consolidates all elements of mobility management, mobile connectivity as well as mobile security into that of a distinct operational platform console. This is done to get rid of operational and security gaps, and to enhance scalability and efficiency of mobile deployments 7 factors accelerating MaaS trend The ability of MaaS in allowing enterprises to partially replace or supplement internal facilities has never failed to attract the attention of enterprise world. This in turn allows enterprises to stay away from the rip-and-replace approach and make the transition smoother. Like its cloud siblings, MaaS allows enterprises to expand and contract as the need dictates. MaaS allows enterprises to react quickly and positively to changing technology trends. Enterprises can rely on MaaS to start small, when it comes to cash outlay and number of users deployed, with certain apps to scale high at a later date. MaaS becomes an ideal option for enterprises seeking to overcome challenges associated with mobile deployments – From different smartphone operating systems, limitations pertaining to small form factors, and limitations associated with wireless connectivity among other unique challenges.
  3. 3. Today, developers go through testing times in dealing with the variety of operating systems used by mobile workers. Moreover, multiple versions pertaining to these operating systems, with that of different hardware designs make it even more challenging for developers and a company aspiring to take advantage of mobility. For enterprises, MaaS platform has turned out to be a cost-effective way to stay on top of this complex space. Unique Attributes of an Ideal MaaS Solution MaaS lends credibility by allowing enterprises to make great savings when compared to the traditional enterprises mobility, lowering TCO for that of an organization’s enterprise mobility needs. MaaS affords flexibility for enterprises to choose applications and devices and provide end-user support. It is a cost-effective and easy option for enterprises to extend mobility solutions to customers, partners and affiliates.
  4. 4. Why Maas? MaaS gives life to the vision of creating a robust enterprise mobile platform – to gain whole new level of control over mobile applications, devices and data Promoting cloud-based, on-demand services, MaaS helps enterprises build global mobile infrastructure without having to make huge financial investment MaaS sets up a platform that keeps pace with the changing mobility space. It has emerged as the ideal alternative for integrating full set of technologies needed for enterprise mobility With MaaS, businesses stand to gain by expanding operations and compliance outside conventional corporate perimeter MaaS equips enterprises well to enhance employee productivity and simplify end user mobility Few Service Providers