Mobility Elements to look for in your Enterprise Service Provider

Posted by Nitisha Jain on / August 11, 2016
Mobility Elements to look for in your Enterprise Service Provider
 

Enterprise mobility is the talk of the town today – with growing demand and evolution, enterprise communication has become the most challenging task for an organization. In enterprise communication – Mobility “BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)” has now become an essential tool for employees to communicate and collaborate with various stockholders in all possible ways.

Enterprise service is a comprehensive term used to describe an architecture consisting of computer science and engineering discipline. Enterprise services architecture generally includes high-level components and principles of object-oriented design employed to solve practical business problems and match the current heterogeneous world of IT infrastructure.

The architecture of enterprise service has layers of components, which aggregates the data and application functions from various applications to create reusable elements, often referred as modules. These components use enterprise services to communicate & minimize the complexity of connections among the components, facilitating the reuse. The enterprise service components also allow deployment of Web services, which helps create applications within the current infrastructure & increase the value of business.

Here are a few things you must consider while choosing your enterprise service provider

Cut down IT infrastructure costs - Your enterprise service must use intelligent IP and wireless network infrastructure for saving the cost of IT infrastructure. This helps you make calls from enterprise VoIP solutions and use wireless LTE more cost effectively to connect your servers through the VoIP network.

Agility – The enterprise service should enhance your business agility by scaling IT infrastructure and provisioning resources when needed. It should scale communications when, where and how your business requirements change. Also, support the business continuity through easily configurable features and flexible VoIP design.

Mobility – Your employees are mobile and need the right communications & collaboration tools while they are in and away from their office. Enterprise service should empower the employees to access systems or services regardless of location or type of device they’re using.

Multitenancy – Enterprise service should allow the sharing of resources and costs among a large pool of customers. Its innovative communication features should help you control costs and improve customers’ experiences.

Disaster Recovery - The enterprise service should use multiple redundant sites, making the environment well-suited for business continuity and disaster recovery. It should deliver scalable & reliable communications solutions - critical in this customer-first and mobile era.

Enterprise service empowers the organizations with Unified Communications, which allows the best use of communications technology having features like HD voice, video, and makes virtual meetings easier, clearer & more reliable. Employees also have the freedom to communicate & work in other advanced ways using IM (Instant Messaging), desktop sharing, Presence, and more. They can not only communicate in office but through enterprise service apps for smartphones & tablets, one can also have the tools he/she use in office at home or any other place. Also, enterprise service simplifies your systems and fits in what you already have.

 
Nitisha Jain

Nitisha Jain

Nitisha was a content creator & curator at Panamax with 5 years of cardinal experience in technical, creative & web content writing. She is an MBA in Systems - IT with pervasive expertise in Search Engine Optimization.