To maximise the productivity of your mobile workers it’s essential that they have access to everyday business applications. While push services can keep them in touch with their messages there will still be times when they need to pull information from the office network – from updated price lists to the latest project schedules. To do so, they have to be able to connect securely.
Mobile Internet access, readily available on most handheld devices, provides simple connection to the office network. But given the inherently insecure nature of the Internet, you need to make sure that the data transferred from your network remains confidential. Whatever the platform we can ensure secure access to your enterprise applications delivering true mobile working with peace of mind
However your mobile workforce connects, our experts will be able to help securely link their handheld devices to enterprise applications. Among the leading solutions are:
.Roam for BlackBerry® – the smart client enables users to connect to virtually any back-end application from their BlackBerry, so they can work as effectively on the move as they can in the office.
.Roam for IBM Lotus Domino – which provides ‘always on’ connection to any Domino database, even if users are working in an area with no wireless coverage. It does so by using push technology to deliver data to a secure local database on the BlackBerry, providing the same user experience whether in or out of coverage.
IBM Lotus team collaboration technologies – such as Quickr, Sametime and Connections, which enable teams to share content, conversations and collaborate so they can work smarter and faster.
.Roam for Microsoft Windows Mobile – with a smart client that users can connect to virtually any back-end application from their Windows Mobile device, so mobile working is as effective as being in the office.
“Moving to a mobile solution based on the BlackBerry is proving to be far more cost-effective for managers. They can now maximise their time by responding to enquiries quicker, which is invaluable in the security industry.”