Last year saw a surge of businesses adopting advanced mobile technologies to safeguard data, boost productivity, enhance employee satisfaction and lower the costs.
Fremont, CA: Advancing technology and a shift in work habits have seen more employees working out of the office by leveraging the use of mobile devices and cloud-based services to improve business tasks. Creating solutions that map processes and increase productivity is a moving target. Here are the top four key enterprise mobility trends to look out for.
More than 4.5 billion global mobile users are subscribed to 4G data plans. But with the advent of 5G tele companies are currently testing out the fifth-generation mobile networks. 5G is enabling developments in many industries and will leverage the adoption of IoT, healthcare being one of the most significant ones.
IoT- the Internet of Things
IoT system is prevalent everywhere, and it connects all the devices that can exchange data with each other through human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. It is predicted that the installed base of IoT devices is expected to grow to almost 31 billion worldwide in 2020, and 75 billion by 2025. Adoption of IoT can bring many benefits to businesses like reduced cost, next-generation real-time tracking, and seamless workflow, all of which creates an efficient and smooth-running business. Few companies have already introduced the use of the IoT within their warehouse systems. Another sector that can leverage IoT is healthcare.
UEM Adoption Will Accelerate
Rising numbers of IoT endpoints, including mobile devices, are spurring businesses to secure more businesses seeing the benefit of Unified Endpoint Management. Recent polling suggests UEM adoption reached 25 percent during 2019.
Further Decline of Desktop
The technology is forever advancing and is becoming more mobile. It seems like Desktops other than for gamings are in severe decline. It is predicted that desktops will face a year over year decline of 1.9 percent and Whilst Notebooks/Mobile Workstations and Detachable Tablets are expected to take 53 percent of all Personal computer shipments by 2023.