Enterprise mobility was high on the agenda at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC 16), as attention moved from device innovation to the provision and usage of mobile in all its forms. From an enterprise applications standpoint, there was clear evidence of market evolution: new initiatives for device and applications management; rising use of mobile first or mobile-only applications; and a huge interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) as a driver and enabler of corporate digital transformation in many industries.
Note: this report is a modified extract from our analysis of all aspects of MWC 2015, entitled "Mobile World Congress 2016: The Twilight of Devices as The Drivers of Mobile?" (IDC #EMEA41071516). For full coverage of the MWC 2016 event, please see that other document.
Oracle Corporation, Checkpoint Systems, Inc., JAMF Software, LLC., Salesforce.com, Inc., Accenture plc, SYNCHRONOSS TECHNOLOGIES, INC., Sophos Plc, BOX.NET, INC., Apple Inc., VMware, Inc., IBM, LM Ericsson Telephone Company, Red Hat, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Samsung, Telefonica S.A., Nokia Corporation, SOPHOS GROUP PLC, WatchDox, Deutsche Telekom AG, FEEDHENRY LIMITED, Microsoft Corporation