Coupled with the increasing adoption of cloud services and applications, there is simply an expectation that the content we want – be it music or video, communications and social media applications, or the tools we need to work – should be available on whichever device or screen we have in front of us at that particular moment.
The future of work is going to be shaped by the tools we use, and these tools are becoming ever more mobile, smart and inter connected. New connected screens keep us constantly connected to cloud services, meaning that it is becoming possible to do work anytime, anywhere – as long as there is a connection.
This flexibility and agility offers a step-change in terms of making the average worker more productive and efficient, both inside and outside the office. But it also creates a range of challenges for enterprise IT – which must proactively embrace the pace of innovations and engage with lines of business to make the most of the opportunities that these new technologies provide around improving or completely transforming business processes.
This White Paper explores how the proliferation of smartphones and tablets has led consumers to adopt new behaviours, and develop expectations around what experiences mobile computing can offer.