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Special Report: Managing Mobile

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Managing Mobile

As mobile becomes more and more a part of every worker's life, company leaders have struggled to manage security. This month, Oracle announced Oracle Mobile Authenticator, a token-based authentication application that enables organizations to cost-effectively provide strong authentication and prevent unauthorized access to vital company and customer data.

"In today's business landscape, mobile devices have become an extension of a user's identity and provide a simple and powerful solution to address growing digital security risks," said Amit Jasuja, senior vice president of Java and Identity Management, Oracle. "Oracle's approach to strong authentication enables organizations to take advantage of the growing number of personal devices in the workplace while reducing the cost of authentication. Additionally, the new Oracle Mobile Authenticator application delivers the added benefit of fraud detection and reduced risk."

Here, learn more about this new release. Plus, find out what Oracle executives and other thought leaders say about creating a winning mobile strategy that takes advantage of new technology solutions, and is tailored to your business needs.

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Five Mobile Strategy Best Practices

"In order to fully reap the potential benefits of mobility in the enterprise, CIOs will need a strategy that gives them the capabilities to deliver reliable services in an environment of constant complexity and change," say Sanjay Singh, director of Insight & Customer Strategy at Oracle and Susnigdha Balagari, manager of Insight & Customer Strategy at Oracle.

Sanjay Singh Susnigdha Balagari

Workflow to Go

Oracle has two key EPM technologies that address mobility in the workplace. "Managers are no longer tied to their desks, so if they're offsite or in a meeting, they can easily interact with finance applications and drive the business forward without having to wait to get back to the office," says Matthew Bradley, senior vice president of product development for EPM applications at Oracle.

Matthew Bradley

Getting to Mobile: Follow the User

"The mobile conversation is happening, and I keep hearing more examples of how it can help organizations grow," says Debra Lilley, Oracle ACE Director and a board member of the UK Oracle User Group.

Debra Lilley
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Social Mediation

Social media expert Ric Dragon answers readers' questions about creating the most ideal social media strategy for your particular needs.

Paying Attention

"The workplace is becoming increasingly younger, multicultural, and female... It makes sense to better understand the people who are increasingly a part of your workforce, and how to best lead them and manage them as well," says Jane Hyun, author of Flex.

Global Transformation

Infosys helps Underwriter Laboratories fortify its international reach with a transformational Oracle E-Business Suite-based system.

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    How does the CHRO translate the demands of senior management into an actual revenue-driving plan? It requires creative thinking and a fundamental change in HR activities. Here are five steps that can get the money ball rolling.

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    Here are trends that emerged in Oracle Industry Connect's keynotes and sessions. Companies that recognize and respond to these 10 trends will be in a better position to attract, engage, and retain their most influential—and most finicky!—customers.

  • Customer Loyalty Is Dead. Long Live Engagement!

    Customer engagement is the extent of a customer's willingness to invest his or her discretionary time with a company for mutual benefit. It is easier to measure, easier to influence, and more strongly correlated with revenue and profits than loyalty measures such as Net Promoter (NPS), Customer Loyalty Index (CLI), or others that are poor proxies for revenue.

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