What Google’s “all in” mobile move means for your employees

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Google is expanding its mobile footprint, in a big way. It’s moving beyond mobile phones and operating systems to become a wireless provider.

You know what this means, right?

When a company that’s as innovative and strategic as Google decides it’s time to become a provider, you know the days of your employees being constrained to accessing information from a computer in the office are waning. It’s all about delivering what people want when they’re on the go.

In the Information Age, work no longer happens just at the office. Whether they’re insurance adjusters in the field, government employees making repairs, healthcare workers commuting between buildings, loan officers inspecting a home or even students walking across campus – people want information.

Now.

Your employees – as well as other key stakeholders – need to quickly and easily retrieve the information they need, make business decisions and view the statuses of the processes most important to them. It’s time to give them the ability to do so.

Google agrees.

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a senior content strategist for Hyland and is the editor of The OnBase Blog. An author with an MBA and two books in print, he enjoys writing about how technology helps organizations decrease their dependency on paper to optimize processes and better serve customers. His industry certifications include CDIA and ecmp.

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