Are Your Corporate Mobile Devices Being Used for Entertainment?

The question today is no longer whether employees are using their mobile devices for entertainment but how much it is costing your company? The fuel for the 300% industry-wide increase in mobile data usage in the last two years is entertainment related activities, most prominently video streaming. Studies show data usage is projected to quadruple by the year 2021. If companies doesn’t get a handle on this new expense challenge, mobile budgets are on target to experience a growth rate of 20-30% a year.

What If You Could Actually Know Which Sites are Visited?

If you think your employees are just using their business smartphones to communicate with corporate applications, think again. Since carriers don’t provide the actual sites your employees are visiting on their mobile devices, you may be under the impression it is primarily business usage. While the carriers don’t provide actual site information, MobilSense can. In fact, we think if you could see this kind of information it would dramatically alter your views on usage policy enforcement.

Now is the time for enterprises who assign corporate-owned devices to become more aggressive in identifying and understanding the data consumption of its employees.

Click here to learn how our unique approach to identifying unproductive data use can not only monitor but identify data waste and provide the proactive controls needed to enforce company policy.

Mobility Management Strategy Using Culture and Emphasis

While cost containment is likely at the core of every mobility management strategy, it’s the points of emphasis that define it. Where one company may consider a wireless device a perk with few restrictions, another company may extend service to the family members of its employees. Others may only assign devices to its critical employees heavily laden with limitations of use.   MobilSense has outlined 10 dimensions describing the range of positions that might characterize a company’s culture and identity as it relates to mobility management. Click here to learn more.