1: Different employees require different kinds of mobile support from IT they say one size fits all, but thats only to the clothing limits you see, there are lots of other issues that need to be regarded and in this case, its pretty evident that different types of people require a different way of seeing things and they need you to understand their point of view.
2: Knowing mobile platforms' limitations and prioritizing support for those that need it most Employees are sick of using only the officially sanctioned mobile platforms of choice, and they're increasingly finding ways to get rid of the old and replace the old policies and controls so they can use their devices of choice often iOS and Android devices. IT should attempt to identify the these issues and at least try to find ways to address the shortcomings to
3: Encourage IT suppliers to offer app stores that suit the enterprise its pretty clear by now that all IT developers should engage themselves into making applications according to the needs of their clients for whom they
work for, and the particular type of people who need them, unless this is done the people will keep going to what they think might fulfill their needs in software needs. This increasingly frustrating issues are causing people who sell their units or exchange them with other operating systems.
4: Make it clear to users which mobile services are approved
It should be crystal clear to everyone knowing what type and what applications are best and whats more which are approved as well. Without this information people tend to download and install applications that either need to be purchased or have certain time period limitations, this one really puts a client off knowing that they need to use the application and cant because they bought the device which they dont like and then need to purchase one tiny application as well.