Mobile device management… mobile app management… enterprise mobile management — the modern workplace is all about mobility. But just like the “old days,” it’s still really about the work, and work is mostly about content. Every business process either creates or consumes content. Document or database, photo or presentation — everything inside your device is content.
Some of that content is secret. Some of it is private. Some is intellectual property that you need to get paid for. And when your workers go mobile, your content does, too: in houses and cars and coffeeshops and airports — or the bottom of a baggage cart, or the floor of a taxi or hotel room… left behind. You need to protect your content even after a device is lost or stolen.
This month, Aragon looks at MCM strategies and products with four new research notes, including a first-ever Aragon Research Globe™ on MCM.
You and your content are going places together, and this changes the way that you work. The fact that your content is mobile affects many things, such as workflow, security, how you log onto your company network and how you collaborate with colleagues, clients and prospects. See Your Content Is On The Move – Is It Secure? for an overview of how they all fit together.
Not Your Father’s ECM
Enterprise content management is mostly about content. Mobile content management is about content, mobility and a whole lot more. Learn what else is at stake in Beyond the Repository: Mobile Content Management Is Here.
How Much Is Enough?
Is email good enough to share information and files with? How do you transfer content securely between enterprises, users or devices? Aragon has identified three categories of MCM based on the scope of their strategies and product feature sets. Find out how they differ in Three Tiers of Mobile Content Management.
Going Global? Read This Globe™
Aragon presents the first-ever Research Globe™ for the emerging discipline of MCM. It covers 19 vendors with a wide range of scopes, strategies and features. See what you need to know in The Aragon Research Globe™ for Mobile Content Management, 2014.