IDC's Canadian Enterprise Devices: A New Reality report series follows the evolution of devices in the Canadian corporate market and for business users. Designed to understand the expanding role of hardware and outlining strategies for purchase and deployment, this report series explores hardware adoption and usage trends, top product attributes, and customer needs as well as relationships between mature and emerging devices in Canadian organizations.
Canadian Enterprise Devices: A New Reality
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies in Canada
- Key enterprise trends and strategies for the adoption of PCs, printers, tablets, and smartphones in Canada
- The relationships between both mature and emerging devices in the Canadian enterprise
- Wearable device trends among Canadian businesses
- Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) trends among Canadian businesses
- Mature Devices in the Canadian Enterprise: Smartphones and Tablets
- Canadian Enterprise Printers, Digital Signage, and Whiteboards
- Guide to Selling to Canadian Businesses: PCs, PCaaS, and Beyond
- AR/VR Adoption in the Canadian Enterprise
- Wearable Device Adoption in the Canadian Enterprise
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- What is the rate of adoption of both mature and emerging devices within enterprise organizations in Canada?
- How will the challenges of deploying devices in the Canadian enterprise evolve?
- How are Canadian enterprises making device buying decisions as part of a broader strategy?
- What are the purchase drivers for devices in the Canadian enterprise?
- What is the business case for enabling devices in the Canadian enterprise?
Meet the Experts
Research Director, Printing & Hardcopy Peripherals
Vice-President, Mobility & Consumer Research, Canada
Senior Analyst, Consumer and Mobile Research
Program Manager, Personal Computing