COVID-19 ushered in a new era of remote work and heightened the need for businesses to invest in Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions. Productive work is not limited to the confines of an office, and a growing number of workers need nothing more than Internet access to work from remote locations around the world. A global report from SOTI, the world’s most trusted provider of mobile and IoT device management solutions, found 57% of enterprises invested in mobile technology or mobile security between 2020 and 2021.
Artificial intelligence (AI), Web 3, cybersecurity, mobility management, blockchain and cloud computing are becoming a necessity inside every enterprise, from large corporations to start-ups. The race to balance this demand and supply chain has compelled business owners, policy makers and other stakeholders to place technological advancement at the forefront of their business goals.
This dependence and exposure have made many businesses rely on mobile technology as a key component of their mission-critical needs. Businesses will be not able to live without EMM. Apart from employee productivity, it enhances corporate data security, secures the deployment of corporate data and simplifies user and device management.
A significant impact of this shift can be seen in the evolution of the skillsets companies are looking for in employees. Employers are looking for talented tech enthusiasts with software development and engineering skills that are imperative for the growth of their enterprise. Qualified professionals, on the other hand, are also aiming for careers which foster new ideas and a fresh perspective at the forefront of technological advancement.
SOTI, based in Mississauga, Canada, which also has operations in South India, has helped thousands of enterprises mobilize their organizations and optimize mobility investments. Companies around the world trust SOTI to manage the mission-critical aspects of their operations.
SOTI is a proven innovator and industry leader for Enterprise Mobility and IoT (Internet of Things) management. Globally, over 17,000 companies depend on SOTI to enable their strategies for mobile devices, applications, content and IoT endpoints.
With more companies looking for solutions to track, manage and deploy mobility solutions, SOTI is in search of bright minds and tech enthusiasts to join them from campuses across South India. While working on cutting-edge technologies, candidates will get exposure to a global workforce. As part of a drive for top talent, SOTI is launching the South Indian Edition of its Next Gen Roadshow. The virtual roadshow will provide an overview of SOTI and information about available Fresher and Internship opportunities. For more information, visit soti.net/india.