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Dec 2018 - Market Forecast - Doc # US44517918

U.S. Mobile Worker Population Forecast, 2018–2022

By: Bryan BassettSenior Research Analyst, Enterprise Mobility

Abstract

This IDC study forecasts the U.S. mobile worker population by segment across industry verticals and analyzes trends and drivers in mobility. It includes office-based mobile worker and non-office-based mobile worker segments for the United States and tracks segment growth across major industry verticals as defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

"Mobile technology is a foundational aspect of modern day living for U.S. citizens, both inside and outside of the workplace," says Bryan Bassett, senior research analyst, IDC's Enterprise Mobility: Deployment Strategies program. "As a result, mobile-centric business strategies are becoming increasingly commonplace for U.S. companies, as a host of cutting-edge mobile solutions enable new levels of worker productivity, flexibility, and workflow optimization."


Coverage

Subscriptions Covered

Enterprise Mobility: Deployment Strategies


Regions Covered

United States


Topics Covered

Enterprise mobility, Remote worker


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