By Kiril Matev
The trend towards BYOD is clearly here to stay - business users increasingly want to stay connected and have access to information resources while away from their desk, and companies are keen to reduce expenditure on mobile devices. The desire of users to remain productive at all times can only be met by making the workflows and capabilities they have on the desktop available on mobile devices. However, the real promise of BYOD lies in marrying the needs of the user with the unique features offered by mobile devices to deliver new ways to interact with data
and enhance collaboration on all levels.
Many companies already rely on SharePoint to encourage users to share information and enhance collaboration. It also helps to integrate structured and unstructured data stores that often build up across an organisation. Due to the central role that SharePoint plays in enterprise IT infrastructure, mobile productivity can only be enhanced in companies that use SharePoint if users are able to access SharePoint resources reliably and intuitively on their mobile devices.
Until recently, mobile SharePoint access primarily meant using these resources via a browser on a desktop or laptop device. Unfortunately, browsers don’t provide business critical capabilities...(Read whole news on source site)