Australian businesses need to employ mobility strategies which go beyond supporting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and which balance the servicing of customers, IT and employee needs, according to a newly released global research report.
Australia’s largest customer-owned financial institution, CUA, has deployed Good for Enterprise (GFE) to secure its fleet of 400 company-owned and bring-your-own (BYO) smartphones and tablets.
Australian heating, ventilation and air conditioning company, Trilogy Services, is deploying an integrated site of cloud solutions from global automated mobile workforce management and service optimisation solutions vendor ClickSoftware to boost its customer services.
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