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Special Report: Managing Mobile

July 2014

Now more than ever, it is crucial to define a mobile strategy that works across the enterprise and adopt the right architecture to support this strategy. Right now, you can register for several Oracle Simplify Enterprise Mobility events happening in cities across America. There, you will learn how to mobilize your enterprise with data, service, and application integration; how to implement an advanced security solution for corporate and personal devices; and more.


Here, find out more about these upcoming events, plus get expert advice for developing a winning mobile strategy for your enterprise, including how to incorporate Oracle’s newest mobile solutions.

Best Practices in Mobile Business Intelligence
“Plan your mobile BI implementation strategy with a focus on security, collaboration, and user engagement, and you'll reap the rewards of mobilizing your analytics," says Christian Screen, director of the Oracle Business Intelligence Practice at Sierra-Cedar, Inc. and an Oracle ACE.

Five Ideas: The Power of Mobile
Learn more about Oracle’s commitment to mobile, and what forward-thinking business leaders need to keep in mind as the definition of mobile computing continues to rapidly expand.

Mobility and the Internet of Things
CIO of Oracle Corporation Mark Sunday interviewed Suhas Uliyar, vice president of Mobile Strategy Product Management at Oracle, to discuss how mobile computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) enable new types of transformative applications and business models.

The State of Mobile Security in 2014
“The most critical issue for CIOs involves dealing with the personal devices now being used in organizations. Recent studies show that 89 percent of employees use their personal devices for work and 50 percent of those are doing it against the consent of their employers,” says Amit Jasuja, senior vice president of Product Development for Oracle's Java, Mobile Security, and Identity Management solutions.

New: Oracle Mobile Authenticator Dramatically Simplifies Two-Factor Authentication
In April 2014, Oracle launched Oracle Mobile Authenticator, a token-based authentication application that turns a personal phone or tablet into a second-factor authentication device—eliminating the cost and complexity of managing physical tokens or smart cards.

Oracle Extends Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile Support for Android
As adoption of mobile technology in the workplace continues to accelerate, Oracle has launched a new version of Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile that extends support to the Android operating system. Now, Android users can view, analyze, and act on all their analyses, dashboards, scorecards, and reports—on the go.

Workflow to Go
Oracle EPM on mobile streamlines critical financial workflow and approval processes.

Five Mobile Strategy Best Practices
“Organizations that implement best practices for mobility in the enterprise can expect to improve consumer experience and loyalty, expand revenue channels, streamline the customer support process, and reduce customer support costs,” say Sanjay Singh, director of Insight & Customer Strategy at Oracle and Susnigdha Balagari, manager of Insight & Customer Strategy at Oracle.

Getting to Mobile: Follow the User
“The mobile conversation is happening, and I keep hearing more examples of how it can help organizations grow…. Quickly turning feedback into a business benefit is what working on mobile strategy is all about,” says Oracle ACE Director Debra Lilley.

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