Rich UC on Mobile
Enterprise Policy Control
Some companies embracing the “Mobile First” strategy of communications are unlocking powerful new ways to boost productivity and efficiency.
Imagine this scenario:
A salesperson in the field needs to make an urgent call to a customer who is ready to buy. The salesperson is in transit so she uses her personal phone to make the call.
The rise of the mobile, digitized enterprise has brought about a host of benefits paired with a host of challenges.
When digitizing assets like operational data, financial data, patient records and others, you are increasing employee access to information and enhancing their ability to get things done. But you also are changing the security profile of this information, and creating potential paths for data theft.
When you expand access to enterprise systems to non-traditional devices in non-traditional locations – like an employee on a personal tablet in Starbucks – how do you ensure compliance with privacy regulations?