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3 changes in Enterprise Mobility & Field Service Management - 2014

3 changes in Enterprise Mobility in 2014Enterprise mobility remained a buzzword in IT for most of the year. With most CIOs recognizing mobility as the power to transform business processes, improving efficiency and productivity and hence, high on list of priorities according to Ovum’s trend-to-watch report. → Multiple screens but mobile first As predicted, mobile workers commonly used multiple screens to get their job done and collaborate with colleagues back in the office. But, mobile first trend matured as mobile devices became the first point of contact between enterprises and its customers, suppliers and employees. Combined with social and cloud applications this has brought in new ways of functioning among mobile workers. → The driving force? Apps! Enterprise mobility moved away from e-mails to managing core tasks on mobile devices. Apps were driving the evolution as a core part of the enterprise IT application stack. It is no longer a pure mobility problem but has become a part …