Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Market Analysis and Forecasts
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In-depth insight into the rise of BYOD policies within the enterprise and analysis of the impact the trend will have on IT departments, device OEMs, carriers, and providers of virtualisation and device management solutions
A major trend affecting enterprises of all sizes, and the smartphone industry, is the rise of BYOD (bring your own device) policies for mobile usage. With BYOD, personally owned handsets, tablets and notebooks are used for business functions. The enterprise may, or may not, fund the usage fees, but must find ways to allow a diverse range of products to access corporate networks and systems, such that productivity is boosted without compromising security.
This study is based on an extensive survey of enterprise organisations around the world, with 65% of these corporations confirming that they will have adopted some level of BYOD by the end of 2012, and only 11% not having any plan for BYOD in the near future. The top two reasons specified for pushing forward with BYOD are cost reduction and staff motivation, yet there are many fears in the IT departments. According to our survey, key concerns include security, fragmented software, and ironically, a rise in support costs.
Topics of coverage include:
THE GROWTH OF BYOD
COSTS AND RISKS
IMPACT ON THE DEVICE INDUSTRY
MARKET SIZE & FORECASTS
CONCLUSIONS AND LOOKING AHEAD
- Juniper Networks
- Red Bend
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