Mobile devices and app-data explosion are undoubtedly transforming businesses. Enterprise mobility is altering the manner in which companies operate as well as driving user productivity. However, organizations must consider user experience, corporate applications and data, and mobile users. The availability of multiple tools, and the consequent variations in ways of approaching mobility itself poses a challenge. HCL’s platform agnostic approach to creating a mobile workplace comprises the device, application, and content management. We baseline mobile device security through the right set of policies to ensure user privacy and user experience. Also, value-driven mobility support reduces repetition of incidents, fosters end user training and enablement, and proactively promotes mobile readiness.
Presently, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is influencing the dynamics of workplaces to a large extent. Employees are increasingly expecting IT to provide access to both business and personal applications. While most enterprises are convinced of the BYOD’s importance, the implementation seems like a tough task. To mitigate such issues, HCL has devised the industry’s first holistic BYOD approach comprising consulting, provisioning, and monitoring. With HCL, you can create the right infrastructure framework for your organization while considering essentials like resource usage, application access needs, business requirements, the design of mobile devices, and virtual or cloud applications.
Organizations are trying to become more flexible with regard to people, technology, and processes. However, rigidly constructed networks pose scalability challenges. The ‘optimize-maximize’ concept is making organizations think about optimization of IT infrastructure, supporting costs, and maximizing end user experience. HCL offers consultation and deployment services to help organizations identify lean sites which can be converted to a zero infrastructure (ZIF) site. Our ZIF suite includes Assessment Report (analysis and report of sites which are feasible in the ZIF model), Design Document (details of ZIF site components and site functioning details), and Migration Roadmap (guidelines regarding deployment strategy, phases and timelines).