2012 IT Decision Makers Views of Mobile Enterprise Device and Application Trends

A Survey of Preferences and Policies Toward Mobile Devices, Applications, and Management Platforms

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Only approximately one-third of organizations are currently issuing smartphones. However, of these organizations, more are issuing smartphones than tablets. Further, traditional, in-house office workers are bringing their own smartphone devices to work. This service aims to measure mobile device use within enterprises in the United States, with a specific focus on smartphones and tablets. The service attempts to determine the policies toward mobile device use in the workplace. In addition, it measures the adoption rates of and attitudes toward mobile application solutions. That base year for this service is 2012.

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