Videowall technology such as Samsung's The Wall provide massive, uninterrupted viewing canvasses for the control room.
The benefts of a mobile-enabled workforce are undeniable and far-reaching. For business owners, increasing operational and business velocity is no longer tethered by time and place. The untethering benefts of mobility extend to employees, too, both in their personal productivity and in balancing their personal and work lives.
For IT, however, equitably facilitating workforce mobility across all of an organization’s factions with each faction defining workforce mobility in its own terms is, to say the least, challenging. Too often IT is forced to make compromises. And with these compromises, one or more of the factions will be unsatisfed, potentially to the level that their dissatisfaction materializes in negative consequences elsewhere. Unfortunately, what was once considered an equitable compromise turns out to be a barrier in capturing the full benefits of workforce mobility. Ultimately, technology can minimize compromises such that more or even all of the factions consider themselves winners.
This whitepaper from Frost & Sullivan discusses how a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach to workforce mobility can be a compromise-free approach, and then how the combined capabilities of Samsung KNOX and enterprise mobility management solutions from AirWatch by VMware turn this compromise-free approach into reality.