Mobility puts employees in control of how, when and where they work
Many businesses are using smart technology to drive user efficiency and the overall productivity of their organisation by keeping employees connected on the move. However the flexibility that mobility brings to the workforce reaps far greater than just remote access, for many it also brings social and emotional benefits.
The work/life balance has seen a paradigm shift in the last decade, people want the ability to work flexible hours when they need to. Traditionally staying late in the office was the only option, but people now have the ability to travel home, spend time with family and finish their working day afterwards.
When deploying mobile applications your first consideration should be the user experience, as this ultimately drives performance and the overall productivity of your organisation. Before you start a mobility project you need to know what you want to achieve, and what you need to prevent.