EDITORIAL RESOURCE GUIDE:
Desktop virtualisation, or virtual desktop infrastructure, has come of age, partly thanks to shifts in workplace practices. Employees are increasingly working remotely and need full access to corporate systems. It is often inconvenient to use the corporate laptop but the user still needs access to the systems offsite.
So while there will inevitably be heated debates over which mobile platform is better, or which one to develop for first, the real opportunity comes when the discussion moves above the hardware to how an app can derive value by connecting to different business platforms and ecosystems. Find out more in this eguide.
In this e-guide, learn about innovation in software-defined networking and network functions virtualization technologies for next-generation networks, and one IT pro's strategies for improving Wi-Fi in a device-saturated dormitory.
This exclusive resource discusses a mobile content enablement solution that allows your business to organize and securely distribute content to any mobile device with all the productivity tools mobile users need to interact with content and share.
This Technical Guide explores the disconnect between UC applications and how employees in sales, marketing, customer service and other departments do their job. It also discusses how vendors are working to integrate UC capabilities in popular work software, like customer-management applications, on both desktop and mobile devices.