Future Trends In Information Technology - Page 6

1. MOBILITY Today many employees already have hand-held devices such as smartphones or tablets. These devices can be repurposed to access enterprise services. Organizations may experience challenges with the bring-your-own-devices (BYOD) method: which devices, what carrier, and who will support the solution. What is the organization’s policy and does it include standardization of operating systems, handheld devices, and streamlined operations for a wireless broadband environment? Skills and Knowledge for Mobility include: Bandwidth Management Big Data- Data collection Bring your own device (BYOD) Creating a platform (PaaS) to host approved apps Hardware attachments, such as credit card machines and laser measuring tools Hotspots Installation/support Manufacturing Mobile device management (MDM) Mobile apps Mobile device as the only network device used - no need for a computer Mobility Monitorization Privacy Radio Frequency theory Routers Secure data Security Software and hardware Integration Software development User interface VPN access Wireless An integrated mobility solution consists of software (security and management), hardware devices (smartphones, tablets, and notebooks), and cellular wireless activation services. Copyright North Central Texas InterLink, Inc. All rights reserved 5