Audit & Research - Mobility Projects

 

consulting research mobile device management mobility Beyond security and technological aspects, the integration of mobile devices has HR, legal and financial impacts. In this context, it is recommended to adopt a change management approach and get help from an experienced partner.

ITS Ibelem staff help you make the right trade-offs and give you information, advice and guidance to deploy the comprehensive solution (devices, software and services) to meet your specific context in the long term.

Each project is diagnosed in order to define its contours and level of complexity. Depending on how complex it is, an audit and a more in-depth study may be needed.

 

Audit phase

An audit may be useful. It provides insight into your current mobile devices (type of devices managed, employees' personal devices connected to the IS …), type of infrastructure and services deployed (server topology, infrastructure organization, firewall level solutions used, encryption, procedures in place, messaging, connections: wireless, VPN, sharepoint…).

 

Design phase

This phase includes examination of user functional requirements and the expectations of the IT manager. This step is critical to the success and credibility of the project. The trade-offs that will be made later depend on this taking place smoothly.

Allowing business departments and users to give their input upstream can also determine the levels of service to be provided later and the processes to be implemented for the post-deployment phase (everyday use of the project).

 

A broad scope of design for your needs 

The scope of design for your needs by ITS Ibelem covers a variety of fields:

  • Devices and OS: native features, integration of employees' personal devices in the IS (BYOD), remote management possibilities…
  • Management of Fleets, Applications, Content and Expenses:

    • Mobile Device Management: type of architecture (SaaS mode, dedicated mode, appliance), managing administrator and user accounts, security, monitoring, geolocation, data backup, inventory of the fleet, etc.

    • Mobile Application and Content Management (MCM & MAM): management of access to public applications (free and paid), to internal applications, to Sharepoint documents, to file servers, etc.

    • Management and monitoring of expenses: consumption data, roaming, etc.

    • Management of operator relations

  • Operating mode : internalizing or outsourcing all or part of the project. Some companies prefer, for example, to use a facilities management service.