This market perspective aims to outline the key trends for the Australian enterprise mobility landscape as well as initiatives that now increasingly focus on deploying next-generation technologies, such as augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) and artificial intelligence (AI), to help create a workspace of the future. The current enterprise mobility landscape in Australia encompassing mobile hardware, software, and services is analysed and provides insights into the use of next-generation technologies as enterprises look at the opportunity that unified endpoint management (UEM) presents as well as a framework for the Future of Work. The rapid evolution of mobile technologies has not only shaped the adoption of mobility in the enterprise space but has also influenced the usage patterns and behaviours of both employees and customers. "The enterprise mobility conversation in organisations is moving from being device-centric or bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and choose-your-own-device (CYOD) programmes to mobility adopting a central role in driving business processes and digital workspace strategies," says Bilal Javed, research manager, IDC Australia.
Australia ICT Market and Industry Insights , Australia Mobility, Applications and Data-Driven Intelligence
Augmented and virtual reality, Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Digital transformation, Enterprise mobility, Internet of things, Mobile security, Outsourced product development, Product mobility outsourcing