As an IT decision maker/manager, you are responsible for delivering the corporate IT strategy and so are keen to know more about the opportunities the new 'mobile' paradigm presents. Blackberry opened the door to the always-on, ever-reachable business world. Companies such as Apple and Google have stolen the march, creating enterprise-grade devices capable of connecting to corporate IT infrastructure. Add to this Mircrosoft's ambitious hybridization of the personal computing market with the Windows 8 eco-structure, and the argument for engaging in touch, tablet and mobile for business is compelling.
So, what are the different ways of applying mobile in your business? What are the benefits? And how can you skill-up your IT team to be able to support mobile development?