Take Control of Your Mobile Connectivity
Connectivity has come a long way since the days of smoke signals and carrier pigeons. Laptops, cell phones, tablets, Wi-Fi and other mobile technologies now allow us to stay connected whether we’re at the office or on the go. In fact, mobile connectivity has become so good, and so pervasive, that it’s easy to take for granted.
However, a laissez-faire approach to mobile connectivity could be a problem for your company. If you haven’t invested the time and resources in building a state-of-the-art mobility strategy, you are likely spending far too much on data and Wi-Fi. It’s also probable that you do not have the tools necessary to effectively monitor mobile spending.
Additionally, there are serious security risks associated with working on the go. One employee connecting to one rogue hotspot could mean endless headaches for your IT department and company infrastructure. Consider, for instance, the findings of our Mobile Security Report 2018. Some 57% of CIOs suspect their mobile workers had been hacked or caused a mobile security issue in the last year.
To top it off, a strong mobile strategy is the only way to guarantee maximum employee productivity. Whether they’re at their local cafe or on board an international flight, your mobile workers will want to knock some stuff off their to-do lists. Which means they’ll have to connect to the internet. With the right tools, they’ll be able to do so seamlessly.
If you are considering updating your company’s mobility strategy, but are unsure where to start, never fear. We wrote a paper that will help guide you in crafting one that is both cost effective and secure. In our paper we discuss:
- How to streamline and gain insight into your mobility spending
- How to secure your company infrastructure from the potential pitfalls of mobile work
- The value of Wi-Fi
- How to get the most out of your mobility strategy
Here’s what’s included:
- From smoke signals to signal strength
- Security, security, securty
- Take Back Control
- About iPass
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