This IDC study presents IDC's top 10 key decision imperatives for mobile enterprise applications and a description of the ways these decision imperatives will impact IT buyers. Most importantly, this study provides specific, actionable guidance for IT decision makers in light of these decision imperatives.
"Conditions on both the technology supply and the enterprise demand side favor explosive growth in the number and nature of mobile enterprise applications in the next 12–24 months. The benefits from efficiencies and net-new business innovation on the back of this app explosion will transform industries and markets. At the same time, it is clear that the path to broader mobilization of business processes, apps, and workflows is still complex," said John Jackson, program vice president for Mobility Research at IDC. "This top 10 decision imperatives study guides IT buyers toward specific, actionable steps they can take to let their organizations develop and adopt mobile applications for all scenarios and for maximum business advantage."
App stores, Application management, Enterprise IT transformation, Enterprise applications, Enterprise mobility, Enterprise mobility strategies, Global IT and economic markets, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, Information protection and control, Information transformation, Mobile secure content and threat management, Mobile security, Networking and connectivity devices, Omni-experience transformation, Platform as a service, Smartphone, Technology buyer, Virtual private network products