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Forrester TechRadar™: Enterprise Mobility Infrastructure, Q3 2008

Infrastructure And Services Converge To Make The Workplace Place-Agnostic

July 14, 2008

Authors

  • By Chris Silva
  • with Rachel A. Dines,
  • Simon Yates

Why Read This Report

Enterprises see mobility as a top priority and seek to provide more mobility support to employees, implement solutions that provide seamless movement between networks, and formalize mobile policies. However, simply making mobility a key success goal is not enough. Multiple devices, internal networks, external carrier services, access software, and security all must come together to get the most out of mobility for users that IT serves. This TechRadar will explore the internal network infrastructure and devices that will free users to be mobile, illustrating what security software, carrier services, and overlay applications will help you get more out of your mobility investment. It will also help you avoid outdated or declining standards and technologies, as well as those that aren't yet ready for widescale deployment by your — or any — enterprise organization.

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Table of Contents

  • The State Of Plans For Enterprise Mobility Infrastructure
  • Why The Future Of Enterprise Mobility Infrastructure Matters
  • Overview: Forrester's TechRadar For Enterprise Mobility Infrastructure
  • Mobility TechRadar: Diversity And Data Import Demand Smart Infrastructure
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents