From BYOD smartphone policies to the integrated, connected sensors underlying the internet of things, mobile technologies have quickly become permanent fixtures in business environments and employee workflows. As a result, today’s employees are already thinking in “mobile-first” terms. They expect to work anywhere, anytime. And when their needs go unmet, they may seek out their own mobile solutions, fragmenting internal IT services and exposing sensitive company assets. To stay competitive and meet their employees’ technological expectations in this changing enterprise landscape, companies must follow suit and adopt a “mobile-first” technology strategy.

Taking such an approach can seem daunting. Facilitating workforce mobility across an organization is a formidable task that requires satisfying many productivity, integration, and security demands. But by embracing a mobile-first strategy that combines innovative solutions and expert guidance, these challenges can become foundational stepping stones towards business transformation.

See how Samsung’s mobile business solutions can help your organization shift to a “mobile-first” mindset.

This article was produced on behalf of Samsung by the Quartz marketing team and not by the Quartz editorial staff.

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