By: Kevin Fertle --
01 January, 2017
The rapid growth of mobile devices and adoption of the same among the employees and enterprises have led to a mobile workforce culture. This helps strike a good work-life balance for employees and in cost reduction for employers.
Given the rise in virtual workforce, there is need for connectivity within a collaborative atmosphere for teams to function effectively. Modern day advancements in conferencing, communication and collaboration have made it possible to connect employees from different parts of the world.
Faster mobile networks such as 3G and 4G have made mobile devices as unified communication tools providing lag free conferencing and collaboration. HD audio, HD video and mobile unified communications have enhanced the user experience and connectivity.
Enterprises facilitate use of mobile devices within their premises and network either through Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) or Corporate Provided Devices (CPD) strategies. The adoption of BYOD is gaining prominence with more than 70% of the enterprises either implementing or planning BYOD adoption strategies. The number of tablets currently sold in the market is expected to double to about 900 million by the end of 2017. About 26 billion devices are expected to be interconnected by 2020.
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