The fall of 2017 is iPhone 8 season. The device, which is rumored to be announced in early September, is the next step in mobile devices being equipped to handle the tasks typically relied on by a laptop. The iPhone 8 is rumored to have 3GB of RAM (1 GB more than the iPhone 7s) and top line models will have 512 GB of storage space. It wasn’t that long ago full PCs touted 4GB RAM and 500GB hard drives. Apple knows that companies need to empower their teams to take their work with them out of the office, and complete tasks with even more efficiency than they would at a desk.
Managing a variety of different devices with different OS types and configurations can be a daunting, yet rewarding task for any technology-minded enterprise. There are a variety of strategies that your company can utilize to manage multiple device types effectively without going crazy.
Internet of Things
Preparing for the Inevitable
The Internet of Things is showing up everywhere, from the little niceties like lighting a room when you get close or smart thermostats in the office, all the way up to logging work hours, GPS data for salespeople in the field, or even smarter washing machines on a grand scale.