3 MOBILE WAYS THAT BUSINESSES STRUGGLE WITH Everyone wants to go mobile, but very few know how. Below are the biggest problems according to CIOs surveyed by IDG Research. To learn how CIOs are overcoming these1 REALITY GAP issues, go to sap.com/mobilecio 71 OF SENIOR % YET 18 IT LEADERS SEE MOBILE AS TRANSFORMATIONAL OR STRATEGIC ONLY % HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY2 SKEPTICS ABOUND 56% 49% ? 39% 34% 32% ARE UNCLEAR DON’T SEE 24 % ON THE SUCCESS BUSINESS FROM THEIR LACK CASE THE TIME DON’T KNOW DON’T FEEL MOBILE OR HOW TO PRESSURE INVESTMENTS HAVEN’T RESOURCES MEASURE TCO FROM (TOTAL COST OF INVESTIGATED CUSTOMERS MOBILE OWNERSHIP) OR PARTNERS TO GO MOBILE3 EXPERTS NEEDED HELP 50 WANTED % 62 % OF ENTERPRISES LACK MOBILE DEVELOPERS OF APPS ARE EITHER CUSTOM-BUILT OR NEED HEAVY TWEAKING To read more about CIO attitudes today and how they are starting to solve the above issues by deploying apps, beefing up security, and embracing SoCloMo (Social-Cloud-Mobile), download the IDG Research whitepaper. Who Did We Ask? IDG Research polled 140 members of CIO’s invite-only LinkedIn Forum in February 2012, of which 99% held titles ranging from VP to CIO to IT manager.