In the future, people won’t necessarily want to own cars, but they’ll need personal mobility. The mobility ecosystem can support a range of different services, but in the near-term, many of these nascent businesses face a range of operational challenges as they bid to grow and become profitable.
This ebook explores the fundamental needs of new mobility providers as they target business improvements, looks at their considerations as they forge key technology partnerships, and shows how HERE's Auto Mobility Operations solution can help mobility services meet those requirements.
This ebook will help you understand how Auto Mobility Operations helps:
• Enable the creation and integration of key location features as applications for mobile operating systems through use of the HERE Mobile SDK
• Manage and efficiently operate fleet assets with HERE Location Services, providing fresh, high-quality and global location-based data
• Create a frictionless and compelling UX - with APIs, mapping
Electro Mobility in the Cloud Era: Watch the replay
Discover presentations & demos from industry-leading speakers. Learn how startups and OEMs are leveraging a single, unified platform on the Cloud for the speed and flexibility necessary to accelerate EV innovation.
The one-hour event covered:
Learn about new technology addressing the challenges in the mobility industry illustrated by a demo of 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud by T&M Expert, Olivier SAPPIN, VP Transportation & Mobility Industry, Dassault Systèmes.
Discover how EV startup, XYT, harnessed speed, agility and flexibility with Cloud solutions to ramp up your business and shorten time to market with Simon MENCARELLI, Co-founder & CEO, XYT.
Explore how Cloud solutions provide a cost-effective and scalable way for startups to differentiate and succeed with Vincent FREREBEAU, WW Cloud Sales Director, Dassault Systèmes.
The growing strategic value of desktop virtualization technology is advancing quickly, providing new ways to enable business mobility and increase the flexibility that organizations need to thrive. Read this white paper to see how falling cost factors in every part of the desktop virtualization architecture making it more affordable than ever.
The modern enterprise workforce poses new challenges for IT. Today’s employees work in more places, on more devices— personal or company-owned—and over more networks than ever, using a diverse array of datacenter applications, mobile apps, SaaS and cloud services. As they move among apps, networks and devices, IT needs to be able to control access and ensure data and application security without impeding productivity. That means enabling users to get to work quickly and easily in any scenario without having to deal with different ways of accessing each app. Traditional VPNs and point solutions add complexity for both users and IT, increase costs and fail to enable a holistic approach to business mobility. Over the years, many IT organizations have addressed these evolving requirements through point solutions and by case-by-case configuration of access methods. The resulting fragmented experience poses a key roadblock to productivity and increases user frustration. For IT, the lack of a
TAKE YOUR MOBILITY STRATEGY TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH UEM
MDM and EMM were only the beginning of the modern workspace evolution. Now, more people than ever before are working remotely—introducing a proliferation of assorted devices and platforms that need to be managed and secured in the enterprise, and consequently creating unprecedented challenges for IT and business leaders. The solution? Unified endpoint management (UEM).
In this eBook, you'll learn the key business risks you could face without a comprehensive UEM solution:
• Traditional management tools unable to support remote workforces
• Siloed management tools leading to higher IT costs
• Lack of visibility across endpoints increasing security risks
• Disengaged employees driven by a poor user experience
Car-sharing, ride-sharing and ride-hailing aren’t
new. Uber and other personal mobility services
have redefined how people move from place to
place. And now these services are beginning to
redefine traditional car ownership itself. As people
move from one vehicle to another, their personal
information and preferences need to follow them,
so the car they use feels like their own. Blockchain is
defined as a shared, immutable ledger, and it can
address many of the challenges that new types of
personal mobility present.
The advantages blockchain can bring to the automotive ecosystem, both in facilitating
collaboration among participants and enabling capabilities for new mobility business
models, have gotten the attention of automotive executives. In addition to enabling a
single source of data, blockchain can facilitate device-to-device transactions, smart
contracts, and real-time processing and settlement. For the automotive industry, this
translates into improvements and operational efficiencies in areas such as supply chain
transparency, financial transactions between ecosystem participants, authenticating
access to cars, and customer experience and loyalty.
Digital transformation (DX) is the driving force behind new worldwide initiatives in financial services. However, a recent IDC survey discovered that fewer than 5% of institutions have started or completed a digital transformation strategy. Historically, financial institutions focused on the use of mobility to directly drive improved customer experiences to their customers' devices. However, as consumer sophistication with mobility increases — particularly among younger generations —so too does the need to enable mobility for the enterprise worker. This Market Spotlight explores these issues in the larger DX context.
5G will be a transformative force, offering enhanced mobile broadband and enabling a huge volume of machine to machine communications, based on its ultra-reliable, and low latency network. For comms service providers it puts them in a strong position to offer new services, including in the Internet of Things (IoT), visual computing, analytics, and enhanced mobility.
Teamwork: In today’s workplace, it’s the new normal.
Organizations of nearly all sizes and industries find that activating high-performance teams can deliver dramatic results. These teams, unlike those of the recent past, prominently include people from outside the organization, such as contractors, suppliers, and consultants as well as colleagues in disparate locations.
Read this Harvard Business Review study to learn how your organization can respond to todays collaboration challenges:
Integrating workers who might be telecommuting or working flexible hours.
Reacting to new business drivers such as speed to market, mobility, and globalization.
Present collaboration tools that fall short on supporting the depth, pace, and style of teamwork now required to remain competitive.
Technology is transforming mobility and vehicle ownership. To be a game-changer in the transportation and mobility market, organizations must anticipate customer expectations and deliver compelling experiences.
• Help my customers experience the future: Digitization, VR and interactive experiences show consumers benefits before they are on the road.
• Give my customers enhanced levels of customization: Vehicle personalization transforms a product purchase to a multi-dimensional experience.
• Streamline my product development processes: Innovation increases product diversity while reducing development time and costs.
• Keep me up to speed with new mobility solutions: Organizations must be open to change in imagining how to go from point A to B.
• Prepare me for the shift to Mobility as a Service: MaaS is already affecting transportation and pressuring margins for conventional car manufacturers.
I invite you to download your targeted industry analysis and uncover the expectations to tak
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) holds the promise not only of consolidating desktop computing into the data center for improved manageability, efficiency, and security, but also for supporting new services such as bring-your-own device and desktop mobility.
As mobile momentum in the workplace continues, so do the opportunities to leverage connected mobile devices to bolster security, enable new business capabilities and effectively defeat desktop-based malware. Entrust’s latest Infographic, Mobile Security: Perception vs. Reality, explores the perceptions of IT decision-makers and why more and more enterprises are investing in mobility in 2013 and beyond.
The rapid increases in computing power described by Moore’s
Law offer theoretical advantages for IT organizations—but it’s
market competition that translates those benefits into real value.
As vendors battle for market share, costs are falling for every part
of the desktop virtualization architecture. Meanwhile, desktop
virtualization technology itself is advancing quickly, providing new
ways to enable business mobility and enabling the flexibility that
people and organizations need to thrive. This trend is a double
win for customers—better solutions at a lower cost—and it’s
making the benefits of a service-based approach to IT available to
The growing strategic value of desktop virtualization is advancing quickly, providing new ways to enable business mobility and increase the flexibility. Learn how falling cost factors in every part of the desktop virtualization architecture making it more affordable than ever.
Published By: Keynote
Published Date: Nov 05, 2013
A look inside the latest World Quality Report* and a conversation with Sogeti's Jean-Pascal Duniau. This report, published by Capgemini, Sogeti, and HP is based on interviews with 1,553 respondents in 25 countries uncovers a number of new developments in the testing / QA market and an increased change of pace. With a heightened focus on mobility and the demand for testing in the cloud gathering pace, this growing demand means that companies are having to re-evaluate their resources and strategies.
All participants will use digital innovation to run their enterprise in real time and operate in a global network. They will provide superior products and services for a unique customer experience with the highest safety and environmental standards. This also paves way for new mobility concepts and business models. Our vision is where urban mobility and transportation systems run in a sustainable ecosystem while protecting natural resources and environment. This requires the ability to connect companies, people, and vehicles in real time for accident-free driving with zero-emission operated vehicles.
As the "bring your own device" (BYOD) trend sweeps across the business world, it raises a huge management challenge for many companies. It changes who within an organization gets access to mobility. It also affects the way a business operates, with implications that go far beyond simply IT. BYOD presents new, fundamental questions about security, liability, and cost. Answers depend on two aspects of mobility management: device management policy and the technology used to fulfill and enforce a policy.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
A new business reality is emerging across all segments of the business spectrum, and it is creating opportunity and challenges that must be considered and planned for today. The new reality is the product of the convergence of mobility, video, and collaboration, driven by three megatrends.
Published By: 8x8 Inc.
Published Date: Feb 13, 2017
This free white paper Your PBX Is Killing Your Business: 5 Reasons Why You Should Ditch It for the Cloud explains 5 top reasons why businesses are leaving their PBXs behind and moving up to the cloud.
Download the paper and learn:
5 measurable business benefits of moving communications to the cloud
How to rapidly scale communications as your business adds new offices and countries
Why mobility and BYOD are must-haves for modern business communications
How cloud solutions deliver disaster recovery benefits that onsite PBXs simply can’t
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We work at home. We take conference calls in the backseat of a taxi. We even tap out emails from 30,000 feet. Mobility is radically redefining the way we work, because it’s redefining where and when we can work. It’s why Keith Perske, executive managing director of workplace innovation for Collier’s, thinks it’s time
to adopt a new description of the workplace: “Today’s workplace is an integrated set of locations, technology, programs and work practices that connect people and enable employees to contribute and be productive. That’s the new workplace definition.”
And with the emergence of this modern workplace, users are expecting a mobile experience that’s simple, convenient, and a boon to their productivity. In order to deliver on these expectations, IT organizations are making business mobility a
priority in their investment decisions. Which is why we’ve identified five potent mobility trends that warrant attention and also present opportunities to transform the enterprise
The rapid growth of consumer smartphones and tablets is having a dramatic impact on the enterprise. For employees, it's all about choice and convenience, but for organizations, it introduces new challenges and risks. Companies of all sizes are struggling with an ever-growing array of IT management and security concerns, as more and more business data moves to mobile devices. In this program, we address these concerns and reveal the secrets to unlock the power of mobility with two of the leading experts in the industry.
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