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Consumer Devices Using Employer Networks Will Double In 2 Years

Information technology professionals expect the number of personal smart phones and tablets accessing their networks to more than double in the next two years, according to a recent survey by CDW. Looking ahead, nine out of 10 IT professionals expect the growth of personal mobile devices to present a broad set of challenges and have major impacts on their organizations’ networks including:

– Increased bandwidth requirements (63%)
– Increased server requirements (44%)
– Increased network latency (39%)
– Increased storage requirements (37%)

Core messaging applications (email, text, voicemail) are the most important end user functions to be supported, the study concluded. Accessing organizational data was viewed as key by about 47 percent of survey participants, illustrating the importance of content consumption from mobile devices.

At the same time, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for organizations to support the mobile devices that employees are using to access corporate content. We offer Mobile Device Manager to help make that easier. Moreover, as a full service communications provider and single point of contact, we’re doing everything we can to simplify the management of your entire telecom infrastructure so you can focus on your business.

Indeed, your business priorities are behind our entire approach to “Connectivity, Cloud and Continuity.” More than a mantra, it is embodied by a robust suite of telecom solutions designed to provide you with the access anywhere abilities and assurances you need to compete and succeed in today’s ever-changing and any-everything environment.

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