Key Trends in the Australian Enterprise Mobility Market


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Key Trends in the Australian Enterprise Mobility Market

  1. 1. Key Trends in the Australian Enterprise Mobility MarketKey trends in the enterprise mobility market and business perceptions towards BYOD, Desktop Virtualisation and Security Anand Balasubramanian Industry Analyst, ICT 28 May 2012
  2. 2. Today’s Presenter Anand Balasubramanian, Industry Analyst Frost & Sullivan Anand is an Industry Analyst with Frost & Sullivan’s ICT practice in Sydney. He covers Unified Communications, Social Media and Enterprise Mobility segments. 2
  3. 3. Focus Points Market Overview and Key Trends BYOD Trends Role of Desktop Virtualisation Role of Security in Enterprise Mobility Solutions Road Ahead for Enterprise Mobility 3
  4. 4. Market Overview – Key Trends in Enterprise Mobility• Changing dynamics of work in a post PC era• Organisations can no longer ignore BYOD• Enterprise mobility ecosystem – Growing beyond device makers4
  5. 5. Trend#1 – BYOD Current BYOD Adoption Levels No. But planning to  Organisations becoming allow BYOD favourable towards BYODin the next 12 months Yes. Fully support BYOD Greater employee 8% 34% productivity among the main drivers Adoption of BYOD expected to increase over the next few years Do not support BYOD. NoYes. But only plans to for some introduce theemployees or option in the specific near futuredepartments 31% N=206 27%5
  6. 6. Trend#2 – Desktop Virtualisation Do organisations view desktop virtualisation as an enabler for BYOD? No. Virtualisation is a nice-to-have but not an essential factor 45% Dont know/cannot answer 32% Yes. Desktop virtualisation enables organisations to easily accommodate the huge increase in mobile 23% devices 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50%  Desktop virtualisation is currently a „nice to have‟ for businesses introducing or using a BYOD strategy.6
  7. 7. Trend#3 - Security Main concerns for BYOD Security of data and threat of Security risks. The additional risk of security… 52% malicious content is the top concern Use of non-approved applications 33% Closely controlled environment Increased complexity of supporting 26% such as the Apple iOS perceived multiple devices and operating… to provide an additional layer of defence Not applicable/not sure 25% Data backup and business Grey areas still exist around 25% continuity concerns ownership of data on device Productivity concerns. Concerned these devices will impact… 21% Top management buy-in. Convincing top management… 9% Other concerns 2% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%7
  8. 8. Road Ahead for Enterprise Mobility The confluence of mobility and cloud based solutions will greatly enhance employee productivity while also changing traditional notions of work The benefits of BYOD will outweigh any disadvantages, leading to widespread adoption or acceptance Proliferation of smart devices within an enterprise environment will force the adoption of Mobile Device Management (MDM) and desktop virtualisation solutions Policy and governance will become key aspects of an organisation‟s mobility strategy8
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