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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


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."


Subscriptions Covered

Enterprise Mobility: Deployment Strategies

Regions Covered

United States

Topics Covered

Enterprise mobility, Remote worker


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