V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit: Mobility specialist Good Technology has shared with V3 the current trends in the enterprise mobility arena, and looks ahead to what we can expect in the future, including how wearable technology may fit into the picture.
Phil Barnett, Good Technology's vice president and general manager in EMEA, discusses in an interview with V3 how large organisations are looking to move beyond just device and application management, and how mobility is becoming an integral part of the enterprise IT infrastructure.
Good Technology has long been a provider of enterprise mobility management tools and services, and said that the full promise of mobile access to applications and data is finally starting to be delivered.
Key themes covered in the article include how businesses are looking for simpler and more reliable mobility solutions, and how Good Technology is working with some customers to thrash out the use cases for wearables such as smartwatches in an enterprise environment, and how these can be supported.
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