It’s no shock to you that enterprise mobility costs keep growing.
A lost - or stolen - iPhone is almost every iPhone owner’s worst nightmare. With the release of iOS 7, Apple has baked in some features designed to prevent iPhone theft, or at least make it much less lucrative. While this is a great feature for the end user’s piece of mind, it could be a new nightmare for the enterprise.
Next week, your CEO walks in with a brand new iPhone 5S, hands it to the IT team along with his old BlackBerry, and says “I need this to work with my email.” After the CEO’s device is up and running, word gets out and migrating to a new device standard is inevitable.
Or perhaps this: The future looks uncertain for the mobile device platform your company has relied on for years. A decision has been handed down to move to a new platform – and issue everyone a new smartphone.
Already thinking of migrating?
Is rapidly evolving technology and flux in the marketplace driving your enterprise to consider migrating users to a new device platform? Then it’s probably no surprise to you that the process, while necessary, is complex and costly.
New mobile device management platforms need to be sourced, purchased and implemented. Then there’s training, support, the cost of the hardware – add in kitting, provisioning, and coordinating what to do with everyone’s old devices.
What you might not know...
Careful planning, good project management and working with an experienced partner are the best-known strategies for ensuring the success of any project, but mobile device migrations have some specific factors to take into consideration.
Read on to learn four key migration strategies you might not have considered!