The number of mobile devices continues to grow as we shift into the Internet of Things era. Everything will become connected and the challenge will be how to manage all of it. We advise clients on their mobile and IoT strategy and the mobile applications that can give them a competitive advantage.

  • How will mobile and IoT evolve?
  • How do we leverage mobile devices, including tablets, across our enterprise?
  • How can we develop a comprehensive strategy for mobile apps?

Mobile and IoT

 

While messaging has been popular in the consumer space for a number of years, it is increasingly becoming part of an enterprise's communications and collaboration strategy.

To learn more about the growing demand for messaging in the workplace, view this exclusive Visual Research clip from our research note, The Aragon Research Globe™ for Mobile Collaboration, 2018.

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An influx of IoT devices in the enterprise means that IT leaders face increasing challenges to protect huge, interconnected systems. For this reason, enterprises need a more holistic security approach that encompasses a broader architectural view and includes the Internet of Things.

For four key points about IoT cybersecurity best practices, view this free infographic.

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Mobile and IoT Research

The Aragon Research Globe™ for Mobile Collaboration, 2018

The Aragon Research Globe™ for Mobile Collaboration, 2018
May 25, 2018

Summary: Mobile Collaboration is poised to become a larger part of the Digital Workplace landscape, offering broad appeal and providing increasing levels of machine integration.  Read More >

Smart City

The Smart City Imperative: Opportunities for Action in 2018
September 13, 2017

Summary: As the global population becomes more concentrated in urban areas, civic leaders need to plan ahead to provide effective solutions to density-related issues, such as traffic congestion and infectious disease outbreaks. Read More >

It's Time for

It's Time for "Find My File"
April 23, 2018

Summary: Leaks and lost data continue to plague both individuals and business workers on a daily basis. If we can find a lost phone, we should be able to locate a lost file. Read More >

FirstNet: Good Vision, Wrong Approach?

FirstNet: Good Vision, Wrong Approach?
June 29, 2017

Summary: While first responders need a modern emergency wireless network that seamlessly handles voice, video, and text, a separate network may prove to be less efficient and costlier for some than expanding the existing cellular network. Read More >

Mobile and IoT Blogs

Google Enhances G Suite with AI: 3 Things You Should Know

Google Enhances G Suite with AI: 3 Things You Should Know
April 30, 2018

Google has been beta-testing many features for a while via its mobile app called Inbox by Gmail, but new smart features include Nudging, Smart Reply, High Priority Notifications, and Assistive Unsubscribe. Read More >

Amazon Buys Ring, Challenges Google for Home Video Security

Amazon Buys Ring, Challenges Google for Home Video Security
September 28, 2017

Ring allows users to stream live audio and video from cameras to smartphones. In effect, Amazon is leveling up to Google Nest in the market of home security. Read More >

IBM Launches Watson Workspace Plus, Partners with Zoom

IBM Launches Watson Workspace Plus, Partners with Zoom
March 20, 2018

With IBM's announcement of Watson Workspace Plus and partnership with Zoom, enhanced video capabilities include screen sharing, white boarding, recording, meeting size options for up to 200 participants, and more. Read More >

And Then There Were Few: Will Broadcom Buy Qualcomm?

And Then There Were Few: Will Broadcom Buy Qualcomm?
February 16, 2018

Both companies produce chips widely used in smartphones (Broadcom is a provider for both Apple and Google). Broadcom hopes that by purchasing Qualcomm, it can expand its own market presence. Read More >

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