Mobile Gov 2013 Presentation – Establishing a Mobility Strategy Based on Use-Case Scenarios
I was recently asked to present an session on “Establishing a Mobility Strategy Based on Use-Case Scenarios” at the Mobile Government 2013 convention, sponsored by Public Sector Partners (www.pspinfo.com/mobilegov2013). Below is the description of the session, followed by the YouTube upload and images from the slide deck.
With the influx of mobility in the workplace, organizations are asking important questions around usage scenarios. What makes the most sense from a usability perspective? Do users need a full Windows virtual desktop from the mobile access solution? Do users need core applications from the mobile access solution? Do users need data from the mobile access solution?
These are very important questions to ask as decision makers and architects design mobile strategies around the users and usage scenarios. In this session you will uncover:
• When to present users with Windows virtual desktops to address mobility usage needs
• When to present users with core applications to address mobility usage needs
• When to present users with file sharing solutions to address mobility usage needs
• How correctly addressing these questions can make mobile strategies more secure
For more information, visit: http://www.pspinfo.us/mobilegov2013/tracks/#Ed6
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