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A Mobility Problem Shared is a Problem Halved 

A Mobility Problem Shared is a Problem Halved 

Posted by Louisa Mackintosh 17 January 2018

It’s not always easy to be transparent about the challenges you face managing an enterprise Mobile IT project. But as the saying goes, a problem shared is a problem halved.

So maybe it’s not quite that simple, but there's certainly some truth in the fact that acknowledging and discussing the mobility queries you have with experts and peers can be constructive.

Increasingly, organisations want to recognise mobility as a key part of their digital transformation. They want to improve—and prove—the value of these projects. Crucially, they also want to stop losing money along the way.

Each of these goals presents its own set of challenges. What’s a network head tasked with managing mobile implementation to do?

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Addressing your Mobile IT challenges

 

Most organisations encounter similar barriers to progress when moving along their mobility journey, whether its management buy-in, end-user acceptance or proving the ROI to the business.

By attending events with peer-to-peer feedback and information exchange, you’ll understand how recognising and sharing your mobile IT challenges can benefit your organisation.

Engaging with peers and experts around the Mobile IT challenges you experience can provide valuable feedback and even best practices to overcome them

It can also shed light on issues yet to arise, enabling you to better prepare for, and sometimes even side-step, future obstacles.

 

Our Mobile IT User Forum events 

 

Bridgeway’s Mobile IT User Forum events are held with the aim of empowering attendees with new ways of implementing Mobile IT. The goal is to encourage organisations to think not just about the products they are working with but also the processes, policies, and people that need to be considered in the mobility journey.

Our next Mobile IT User Forum is being held in London in March. Highlights will include:

  • A keynote presentation on the strategic direction of the Mobile IT Enterprise space
  • Apple iOS enterprise overview and an update on Windows 10 new features and functionality and its management within an EMM framework
  • Mobilising Office 365 within your organisation
  • An open round-table discussion on key issues surrounding Mobile IT
  • Updates from various partners on their Mobile IT enterprise journeys

Join the conversation

 

These free events allow you to connect with your peers and a number of Mobile IT experts and peers, learn and share best practices, discuss your mobility problems, and obtain hands-on experience with new Mobile IT solutions.

We’d love to see you there and help you optimise your mobility project!

 Mobile IT User Forum