Creates offerings to join businesses to their people, assets, customers, IT systems and communications
Communications company O2 has launched Joined Up People, a new service to enable businesses of all sizes to implement more flexible and effective working practices and support organisations in managing the complex societal changes affecting their business operations.
In addition, the new service creates offerings to join businesses up to their people, assets, customers, IT systems and communications help businesses drive efficiency, productivity and innovation.
Joined Up People consists of consultancy, security and mobile device management (MDM) in addition to O2’s core portfolio of devices, hardware, mobile, fixed line and broadband
With O2’s range of consultancy packages, organisations of all sectors and sizes can implement flexible working practices in the most efficient and successful way possible.
O2 has selected a range of secure apps from secure VPN to access corporate data remotely; virtual desktops carried on mobiles; secure remote web browsing from home or corporate computers; two-factor authentication to get verification pass codes direct to devices; and online backup for laptops.
O2 has partnered with selected MDM providers to provide offerings aligned to customers’ needs, including the rapid and secure access to company data, and over the air sync of email, calendar and contacts; automatic discovery of all devices in an organisation, enforcement of security, device policy and remote lock down of devices; and security of all mobile device platforms, support for password enforcement and simple device enrolment and approval.
O2 Enterprise general manager David Plumb said for businesses, meeting these expectations can be a challenge but getting it right can increase productivity, harness innovation, reduce cost and provide employees with a better work/life balance.
"With Joined Up People, we’re able to take organisations through whatever steps are necessary on their journey towards truly effective flexible working," said Plumb.