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  • 1940 Motorola developed backpacked two way radio - Walkie-Talkie for US Military1946 in St. Louis, the Mobile Telephone Service was introduced1960 Improved Telephony Services (IMTS)
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  • Enterprise Mobility Blue Print Ezhil Arasan Babaraj©© CSS Corp | Confidential www.csscorp.com CSS Corp | Confidential | 1 www.csscorp.com
  • Mobile Technology - Evolution 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Generation Generation Generation Generation Cellular Digital Networks IP Data Networks All IP Networks Networks WiMax MMS GPRS Rich Native & SMS Web Apps WAP/WIG LIVE Streaming Web Sockets SIM based APP Wireless Native APP HTML 5 Network© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 2
  • Enterprise Mobility? Making enterprise IT related resources such as email, chat, voice, video, application & its related data accessible from various mobile devices.© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 3
  • Enterprise IT© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 4
  • Enterprise IT - Mobility Need • Identity Management • Device Management • Mobile Enablement • Policy Management • Security • Application Management© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 5
  • Challenges • Many devices built on different technologies • Secure Access • Managing Identity & Presence • Unification of internal & External communication • Mobile Enablement for Enterprise Apps & Websites© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 6
  • Approach • Deploy Unified Identity Management • Secure your Network • Choose the right Multi Device Management System • Deploy Unified Communication Platform • MEAP for enabling enterprise Applications • Web To Mobile Converters for Websites© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 7
  • Technologies to be considered • Identity Management – Open ID & Open Auth • Network Security – Mobile VPN • Multi Device Management System – BB Enterprise, Funambol, Rhomobile…etc • Unified Communication Platform – CISCO UC, IBM UC, Mobile VOIP • MEAP – Rhomobile, Sybase • Web To Mobile Converters – MoFuse, Mobify, CSS Corp’s SmartWeb© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 8
  • Comparison Enterprise Black Rho Sybase Cisco IBM Microsoft Funambol Need Berry mobile Identity a a a a a a a Mgmt Network a a a a Security Multi Device a a a a a a a Mgmt Unified a a a Comm MEAP a a a a a a a App Mgmt a a a a a a a Cloud/Hosted a a a© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 9
  • Best Practices • Single Vendor Strategy • Have an Enterprise Mobility Architecture • Mobile Enable Critical Ones – Email & Chat – Critical Business Apps – Encourage to Develop Mobile Web Apps • Implement MEAP to secure data access • Use Mobile VPN to enhance security© CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 10
  • Thank You! © CSS Corp – Copyright Notice: This presentation contains proprietary information of CSS Corp. No part of this presentation may be reproduced, stored, copied, or transmitted in any form or by means of electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the express consent of CSS. This presentation is for a specific intended audience circulation only and not meant for external distribution. Information is classified into 4 levels: Confidential: This is specifically restricted to the Senior Management and specific professional advisers. Restricted: This is restricted to Senior Management (PA’s and assistants can also access subject to respective reporting head’s approval). Private: This covers all information assets that have value but which do not need to fall within either of the other categories. Public: This is information which can be released outside the Organization.©© CSS Corp | Confidential www.csscorp.com CSS Corp | Confidential | 11 www.csscorp.com