Doing more research on enterprise mobility on my “day off”. A true geek at heart. lol. Today I ran across an interesting article by Gartner published back in 2012, Enterprise Mobility and Its Impact on IT. While the article is over three years old, it still holds some validity on our present situation. I also find
Today I was doing some research on enterprise mobility and came across an article on Tech Crunch about the death of the desktop computer. The article is a couple years old, but still highly relevant and interesting to consider. Is the desktop PC going the way of the dinosaur? In my opinion, the short answer
The idea behind Enterprise mobility is the opening up of the traditional office environment boundaries. While obviously the main office not going anywhere soon, the idea of the office is beginning to shift in real time. Staff is on the move which opens up the possibilities of new opportunities to gain business and increase efficiency.
There are many components to increasing business efficiency. One of those components is giving your employees access to their digital work space anywhere, anytime. This is exactly what enterprise mobility is. In a nutshell, enterprise mobility is the idea of moving files, software and desktops to a server that is accessible via the internet, from
The AEC industry is mobile by nature—always has been. So topics like ‘enterprise mobility’ aren’t so much a discussion about what is new—but rather, what is next. The landscape in construction today looks like this: Workers equipped with smartphones, tablets and other connected devices interacting with countless apps of all types, everyday in order to
Business is on the move, and by that I mean on the move outside the physical walls of the office. Mobile devices have blown the lid off the “traditional work place” and now allow workers to move outside the office and still be productive. In fact productivity has increased, along with efficiency. Gone are the
As more businesses move their internal IT structure to an external environment, the myriad choices in hosting can often be confusing. It is a virtual alphabet soup out there: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, cloud, hosted. The list goes on. Today I wanted to touch on hosted software and two viable options available to businesses. Hosted software
Applications, data and desktops can all be accessible anywhere, anytime. With over 15 years experience helping the largest construction firms execute and manage their IT solutions, AEC Cloud is the go to company for your cloud hosting needs.
Today, as never before, mobile solutions are a critical component of any construction project life cycle. Architects, engineers, and project managers, to name a few, all need to communicate in real time. Posting and sharing critical job site data across the entire team can be the difference between success and failure of any project. Add
The Office. Where exactly is that anymore? We all can say it’s located at such and such address, but does every employee go to the office everyday to work? Or if they do, the bigger question is, do they need to go to the office to work? Can they work from their home, the job