Yesterday we spoke of how your business’s mobile ERP functionality could be protected with commonsense policies in place to reduce the impact of corporate smart phone theft. Certainly, policies are a serious approach to securing data that can be accessed remotely, but the ERP vendors also have a responsibility.
Consumer Reports gives a staggering figure for smart phone theft in 2012: 1.6 million units. At 4 ounces each, that means some 400,000 pounds or 200 tons of phones were stolen. Put another way, those stolen phones way as much as three .
Mobile ERP: Low-Tech Entry into Your High-Tech Secrets
Earlier this year, a laptop was stolen from Coca Cola’s Atlanta HQ. The computer contained the personal information of 74,000 people, or put another away, the population of Scranton, Pennsylvania. More than 18,000 Social Security .
A recent white paper sought to delineate the differences between true endpoint backups and file sharing/syncing. It emphasizes that employees who share/sync too much mobile data risk exposing sensitive company information to security breaches. With ERP.
Your ERP is an extension of your business, and you want to take your business with you wherever you go. Mobile solutions to commonplace problems are becoming the norm, and ERP is no exception; 2014 is going to see a huge increase in ERP systems that tout "mobility" as a deciding .
As 2013 becomes a dot on the horizon, manufacturers and other organizations are already looking ahead at 2014. In today's technology driven industries, you have to keep track of upcoming trends and developments. That's why we're here to tell you what you can expect from the world of Enterprise Resource Planning in 2014;.
When it comes to manufacturing, inventory management is unfortunately accepted suffering. Dedicating time to counting your inventory is a painful and hectic experience, usually involving a stop in production and shipping. This of course leads to revenue loss, no matter how quickly you get it done. Yet inventory management will always be an integral part of your supply chain process, so what can you do to improve the process?
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