Your mobile device is your computer. You might not know this just yet. But think about how you communicate and access information most often —where do you check your e-mail, message a co-worker, look something up or view a document or other kind of content?
If you’re like most people, you’re using a mobile device more and more frequently and your desktop or laptop less and less. While we’re not suggesting that your computer, as you now know it, is going to disappear just yet, it’s on its way out. Even Dell acknowledges that: Dell is now in the business phone business.
Consider too the technology vendors whose solutions you use most often. Microsoft has committed itself to a mobile-first, cloud-first strategy. Apple has joined forces with IBM to deliver mobile solutions to the enterprise and it has made its screens bigger, too. SAP has gone mobile. And VMware bought AirWatchto get its mobile play.