The pandemic has made one IT function more critical than any other in the modern workplace: remote connectivity.
In the aftermath of COVID-19 lockdowns and overnight work-from-home mandates, IT departments the world over have been scrambling to retain optimum employee connectivity, while maintaining previous levels of speed, security, and operational resilience.
This means Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is now a key objective in every large organization. If you’re part of an enterprise IT department, your team is likely prioritizing complete work mobility for the whole organization.
You need to start by redefining your enterprise mobility processes – the set of technologies and policies that enable employees to make full use of devices that they choose (whether company- or self-owned) to meet business objectives. You’ve got to give them the tools, applications, and resources that let them connect to the company network using the infrastructure available at their location, while ensuring that data security and compliance requirements are met at all times.
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