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Five Predictions for Enterprise Mobility in 2013

This Executive Insight covers five of the most important trends that The Enterprise Mobility Foundation believes will define mobility within the workplace in 2013.  Organizations are encouraged to consider these predictions – and their associated recommendations – in order to be prepared for the continued proliferation of mobility in the workplace.

The five predictions include:

  1. Mobile Application Management Follows The Path of Mobile Device Management
  2. BYOD Starts To Lose Its Shine
  3. M&A Activity Will Significantly Increase
  4. Enterprise Mobility: It’s About Big Data
  5. The Winner of The Mobile EcoSystem Wars Will Be The User

This document can only be used for personal education and may not be distributed by vendors/ISVs/consultants without the express written consent of The Enterprise Mobility Foundation.

Five Predictions for Enterprise Mobility in 2013

Five Predictions for Enterprise Mobility in 2013
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4 Comments

  1. Posted January 3, 2013 at 09:32 | Permalink

    Excellent summary.

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  2. Posted July 14, 2013 at 11:20 | Permalink

    Enterprise mobility is what Internet was a couple of decades back for enterprise. It’s about make sure that all the investments that an enterprise has done in IT over the years is accessible to employees wherever they are. And they are away from their desk most of the time in the modern work environment. Enterprise mobility needs to be looked as a base foundation of the enterprise’s digital agenda. Both inwards looking, targeted at employees and external, targeted at enterprise’s digital consumers. http://www.inkattech.com/portfolio/enterprise-mobility/

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  3. Posted July 24, 2013 at 13:52 | Permalink

    I agree except for the BYOD thing…i think that maybe the marketing aspect of BYOD will lose its shine however the BYOD trend will continue to increase. Think of the upsides for everyone – containerized, separate from personal info and apps,and if anything goes wrong with the device – stipends for a new one because now your work has a vested interest in your getting back on line.

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    • Posted July 29, 2013 at 13:10 | Permalink

      very true – our department uses this approach but i think they only really do it because the amtel expense aspect of it is handled in the same system as the mdm solution…if it werent as easy i dont know how much effort they’d put into doing it this way.

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