In a perfect world, enterprises would be able to keep all of their devices on the same page constantly. New rollouts would happen all at once, without troublesome gaps between differing generations interrupting operations. Instead, no new technology gets taken on all at once, and managers have to consider solutions that will work regardless of the specific models employees are using.
The upcoming introduction of 5G is one example of this. PC World recently reported that this new trend is set to take off four years from now, with possible users taking advantage of the extra time to prepare.
While this is looming, though, the current 4G population still has room to grow, the source said. Companies may need to make this distinction so they can truly accommodate all of the different devices and other hardware in use.
The Wall Street Journal also reported on the current progress to 5G, with some companies working to bring it into action as soon as next year. Wireless network company Ericsson AB, for example, is reportedly exploring its prospects among possible 5G customers in advance. The Journal also said that major sports events in the coming years could be demonstration points for "large-scale networks" as the technology grows.
With this issue aside, businesses may still face other technological compatibility problems. Implementing a browser emulator may place apps in an accessible context, thereby helping several different users work together.
Flynet Viewer transforms access while still keeping familiar functions within reach, eliminating the cumbersome download problems associated with emulation. Whatever model of equipment your company uses, the basic process can still be easy to install and run, with screens shared across different devices. Contact us to learn more.