Business Management

Getting Your IT Infrastructure Ready for the Digital Workplace : A Blueprint for IT Professionals

Provided by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

Category Business Management

Type White Paper

Length 24

Publish Date February 06 2018

Date posted February 06 2018


For personal use, mobile devices and apps provide entertainment, social media, shopping, navigation and banking. For work, they are used for voice communication, file sharing, video conferencing, CRM, unified collaboration, expense reporting, shared calendaring, help desk support and project tracking. The lines between our social and work lives are becoming thinner every day as we can see from the results of the latest industry survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit(EIU) 30% of respondents say they would never work for a company that did not allow them to use their own mobile devices for work. The ability to work anytime, anywhere is seen as having the single biggest impact on employee productivity, with 49% believing remote, flexible working was making them more productive 31% of companies surveyed use mobile communications apps to improve employee effectiveness.    

Recommended for You


How a Washington crackdown on Huawei could backfire for everyone

Phil Muncaster reports on China and beyond


5G is over-hyped and expectations need reining in

Dan Swinhoe casts a critical eye on the future


What can we learn from tech initiatives in the Middle East?

Keri Allan looks at the latest trends and technologies

Our Case Studies

IDG Connect delivers full creative solutions to meet all your demand generatlon needs. These cover the full scope of options, from customized content and lead delivery through to fully integrated campaigns.


Our Marketing Research

Our in-house analyst and editorial team create a range of insights for the global marketing community. These look at IT buying preferences, the latest soclal media trends and other zeitgeist topics.



Should the government regulate Artificial Intelligence?