The Future of Mobile Devices from a Customer PerspectiveUnited States and Europe

The Future of Mobile Devices from a Customer PerspectiveUnited States and Europe

Trends and Opportunities for Mobile Solution Providers

RELEASE DATE
25-Mar-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: M9CF-01-00-00-00
SKU: TE00300-NA-CR_01783

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The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision-making behavior toward IT technologies, specifically smartphones and tablets for business purposes. Nearly 3 out of 4 organizations issue corporate-owned laptops and smartphones to their workforces, while almost half issue tablets. Almost 60% of organizations allow connection of personal devices to the corporate network; however, only 4 out of 10 IT decision makers report that their companies have a formal bring your own device policy in place. Moreover, Android has taken a surprising lead as the most common mobile operating system supported for organization-owned devices, followed by iOS, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry.

Table of Contents

Research Objectives

Methodology

Methodology (continued)

Executive Summary

Growth Opportunities in the Mobile Devices Market

Currently Used Mobile Devices by Region

Currently Used Mobile Devices by Industry

Currently Used Mobile Devices by Company Size

Mobile Devices Planning to Use in the Future by Region

Mobile Devices Planning to Use in the Future by Industry

Mobile Devices Planning to Use in the Future by Company Size

Overall Highly Effective Mobile Devices

Organization-owned Devices by Region

Organization-owned Devices by Industry

Organization-owned Devices by Company Size

Company Supported Mobile Operating Systemsby Region

Company Supported Mobile Operating Systemsby Industry

Company Supported Mobile Operating Systemsby Company Size

Personal Devices Allowed to Connect to Company Network (BYOD) by Region

Personal Devices Allowed to Connect to Company Network (BYOD) by Industry

Personal Devices Allowed to Connect to Company Network (BYOD) by Company Size

BYOD Policy and Enforcement

Formal BYOD Policy by Region

Formal BYOD Policy by Industry

Formal BYOD Policy by Company Size

BYOD Policy Enforcement Methods by Region

BYOD Policy Enforcement Methods by Industry

BYOD Policy Enforcement Methods by Company Size

The Big Picture of IT Budgets

The Big Picture of IT Budgets (continued)

The Overall Impact of the Workforce on IT

The Overall Impact of the Workforce on IT (continued)

Attitude Profile: Supporting New Business Needs is Driving Up Costs

Companies’ and Respondents’ Geographic Reach

Country of Residence and Years in IT

IT Decision Making Role and Job Title

Industries and Healthcare Segments Addressed

Healthcare Segments and Sub Segments Addressed

Industries and Government Segments Addressed

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The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision-making behavior toward IT technologies, specifically smartphones and tablets for business purposes. Nearly 3 out of 4 organizations issue corporate-owned laptops and smartphones to their workforces, while almost half issue tablets. Almost 60% of organizations allow connection of personal devices to the corporate network; however, only 4 out of 10 IT decision makers report that their companies have a formal bring your own device policy in place. Moreover, Android has taken a surprising lead as the most common mobile operating system supported for organization-owned devices, followed by iOS, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry.
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Author Karolina Olszewska
Industries Telecom
WIP Number M9CF-01-00-00-00
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