Papers from Quocirca
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1. The Mobile Print Enterprise, 2015
This report outlines some key market trends and highlights mobile print offerings from key players in the market and is a revision of the 2012 report
2. Neither here nor there?
While cloud based services and storage augments/complements mobile flexibility and gives enterprise IT some semblance of control, it has been subject to ad hoc adoption and needs to be considered carefully to ensure data is correctly managed/secured.
3. Getting to grips with BYOD
This report investigates the impact that BYOD is having and what organisations are doing to cope. It is based on interviews with 700 IT decision makers across 11 European countries in mid-size and large enterprises.
4. Bringing System Management to Messaging & Collaboration
The fast growing interation between email, collaborative environments and social media usage on both fixed and mobile devices is putting pressure on the corporate management of these activities
5. BYOD - who carries the can?
Overall, BYOD, is often referred to as evaluating whether mobile deployments are 'corporate-liable' or 'employee-liable', which this report will explore further, along with the implications for the organisation.
6. Smart phone, smarter service
People are very attached to their mobile phones and have increasingly high expectations of services that are delivered to or through them.
7. The mobile print enterprise
This report highlights the market drivers for mobile printing in the business environment, discusses some of the main offerings in the market and suggests some best practices for building a mobile print strategy.
8. Carrying the can
There is an increasing trend among employees to want to use their personal choice of mobile device in the fulfilment of their work commitments. This appears to bring many benefits to the employee but what about the organisation.
9. Limiting social networking abuse of mobile bills
All organisations need to fully understand their employees' mobile usage and behaviours to be able to put appropriate policies in place to ensure business requirements are met whilst acceptable personal use is still enabled.
10. Taming the mobile tiger
The expectations, working methods and tools used by employees in all organisations have changed as a result of advances in communications technologies.
11. Keeping mobile data flowing
This paper discusses how mobile network operators (MNO) canprepare their networks for what is likely to be a continually growingdemand for mobile data access.
12. Mobile expense management
Managing mobile costs is a challenge for all organisations, especially as responsibilities and budget authority may often sit in several places-IT, finance, personnel, managers and, of course, the employees themselves.
13. Think print, think security
By controlling user access, protecting documents and securing devices businesses can address requirements for data confidentiality and regulatory compliance that are only set to get tougher.
14. User experience monitoring
The experience users receive when accessing IT applications is critical to the effectiveness of many business processes. That experience is affected by the application operating environment, the user's location and the network being used for access.
15. Valuable Business Connections
The average small business is becoming highly dependent on multiple forms of digital communications, but the technology choices are increasingly complex and come at a cost.