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"How to establish a mobile collaboration strategy for your organization?"

The Business of Mobile Collaboration

White Paper: Plantronics

Making mobile collaboration a part of your work culture is not just something that is possible with mobile technology, but also integral to the way people feel they should work with one another.

Today, more and more companies are embracing mobile technology as an essential workforce asset. Mobile technology gives individuals the ability to efficiently work by themselves or with one another, from wherever they happen to be.

This whitepaper provides you with some practical guidance on establishing a mobile collaboration strategy for your organization.

Key takeaways from this whitepaper:

  • Five criteria for implementing a mobile collaboration culture in your organization

  • Mapping the mobile collaboration ecosystem to drive business results

  • The oxygen that fuels a mobile collaboration ecosystem

  • How to best navigate the mobile ecosystem and develop a strategy for your organization

 

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