I imagine, like most professionals, your day is filled with solving challenging demands. Whether it’s increasing efficiency in your line of business or developing new ways to reach customers and increase sales, transformation is happening. And you are driving it.Today’s leaders are leveraging mobility to move their business forward and improve their organizations; from providing users adaptive, personalized experiences to introducing new operating models and gaining additional business intelligence. Having the right information from the right people will ensure you’re not left behind.

Research from Richard Franzi in a Critical Mass for Business article supports the importance of top executives learning from other executives to help resolve issues. Learning from those who are moving in the same direction can help drive better results, especially in today’s competitive environment.

With this approach in mind, the latest edition of Mobilize offers peer-to-peer insights from C-level executives that are not only managing pain-points, but overcoming them with strategic innovative decisions.

Read the latest edition of Mobilize.

For example, Gian Fulgoni, CIO of intu, a UK shopping center owner, discusses how mobility is driving multi-channel experiences that fuse brick-and-mortar shopping with digital services, allowing them to buy how and when they want.  We also feature Jim Thomas, Director of IT at Pella Corporation, who highlights how their 1,500 sales professionals across the country rely on mobility solutions for training and enablement.

Mobilize also offers intelligence and insights from industry experts to provide marketplace checkpoints and inspire creative solutions for critical business challenges. Featured topics include:

  • The Mobile Marketplace: Mobility is more than the device; it’s a concept that transforms business mechanics and operations to extend existing experiences or create new ones. Industry experts discuss the how today’s mobile landscape isn’t just about BYOD, it’s so much more. A business strategy that begins and ends with mobility can open up a world of new experiences. Read the full article here.
  • Security: The traditional enterprise security approach was to rely on point solutions, such as threat analysis, anti-virus, intrusion prevention, and firewalls. But it’s not that simple anymore. Learn more about how integrating security through a network enables the consistency, visibility, and control to proactively overcome new threat vectors introduced by mobility. Read the full article here.
  • Education: A “perfect storm” of mobility adoption, technology acceleration, and student demand is fostering new learning models. Public sector experts share how mobility is transforming the classroom by helping schools become part of a larger global system, where students leverage mobility, video, and collaboration to access broader expertise and skills. Read the full article here.
  • Healthcare: In the healthcare industry, clinical teams are embracing mobile technologies to stay connected and be efficient in their daily tasks. Industry experts examine how faster communications and better collaboration, enables clinicians to spend less time finding medical information, devices, and team members, allowing more time for patient care. Read the full article here.

Moving the business forward and keeping up with latest innovations will always remain a challenge, but learning from industry leaders and experts will help today’s executives understand what it takes to overcome and thrive with the right technology strategy.

Don’t get left behind during this mobility revolution. Be among the first to read insights from other executives and discover what industry experts are saying in our digital edition of the magazine, which offers exclusive articles and key insights, available here. You can also subscribe to the print edition here.

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Inbar Lasser-Raab

No Longer with Cisco