Mobilize Your Collaboration Strategy
Mobile Collaboration Requires An App Internet Architecture
July 13, 2011
Why Read This Report
The days when a Windows application and a server cluster in the data center could handle your collaboration needs are over. An increasingly mobile and remote workforce with experiences forged by Angry Birds and Google Maps has killed it. Mobile employees' expectation of a great user experience on any device can only be met with collaboration solutions architected with native apps and cloud delivery, an architecture Forrester calls the mobile app Internet. And that means content and collaboration professionals need a new approach and often a new set of suppliers that can deliver real-time and team-based collaboration apps on any mobile device.
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Table of Contents
- Mobility Shapes The Future Of Collaboration
- The Mobile App Internet Is The New Collaboration Architecture
- Revisit Your Collaboration Platform Suppliers
WHAT IT MEANS
- Vendors Have Tough Choices To Make To Support Mobile Collaboration
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