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As the enterprise’s adoption of mobility continues to rise, IT departments are faced with the challenge of managing and securing a growing number of mobile devices. And not just workplace devices – …

As the enterprise’s adoption of mobility continues to rise, IT departments are faced with the challenge of managing and securing a growing number of mobile devices. And not just workplace devices – but also the ones employees are bringing to work.

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  • 1. Surviving the Mobile Invasion THEY’RE SPREADING FAST, AND THEY’RE VULNERABLE. As the enterprise’s adoption of mobility continues to rise, IT departments are faced with the challenge of managing and securing a growing number of mobile devices. And not just workplace devices – but also the ones employees are bringing to work. HOW TO SURVIVE – AND THRIVE – IN THE RISING ERA OF ENTERPRISE MOBILITY: STEP ONE TRACK THE INVASION FROM ITS ROOTS 56 To combat an invasive species, it helps to know where it came from. % Consumers sparked the initial invasion by embracing mobile technology – smartphones, tablets, and apps. This massive shift is now transforming the way we work. 56% of American adults own a smartphone. (SOURCE: AdMedia Partners) 6.8 billion people live on the planet. 5.1 billion own a cell phone, but only 4.2 billion own a toothbrush. (SOURCE: Mobile Marketing Association) “Today, we characterize 29% of the global workforce as anytime, anywhere information workers – those who use three or more devices, work from multiple locations, and use many apps. This number has risen from 23% of the global workforce in 2011 and will continue to rise...” STEP TWO LOOK FOR PATTERNS The mobile invasion can be detected by closely observing customers and employees for the following behavior: (SOURCE: "2013 Mobile Workforce Adoption Trends,” Forrester Research, Inc., February 4, 2013) EXPECTATIONS OF IMMEDIATE INTERACTION 90 SECONDS 90 MINUTES It takes 90 minutes for the average person to respond to an email. It takes 90 seconds for the average person to respond to a text message. (SOURCE: CTIA.org) DEMAND FOR WORKPLACE MOBILE DEVICES 67 % One in every five* tablets will be an enterprise device by 2017. 67% of CIOs surveyed expect to incorporate tablets into their networks this year. (SOURCE: “Global Business And Consumer Tablet Forecast Update, 2013 To 2017,” Forrester Research, Inc., August 5, 2013) (SOURCE: Morgan Stanley) *Number rounded up from 18% BYOD – BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE TO WORK 50 % By 2017, half of employers will require employees to supply their own device for work purposes. (SOURCE: Gartner, Inc.: “Bring Your Own Device: The Facts and the Future,” David A. Willis, 11 April 2013) DEMAND FOR ENTERPRISE APPS X2 STEP THREE By 2015, the number of employees using mobile applications in the workplace will double. (SOURCE: Gartner, Inc.: "Bring Your Own Device: The Facts and the Future," David A. Willis, 11 April 2013) IDENTIFY THE KEY THREATS This ‘consumerization’ of IT is putting new pressure on companies, which have to figure out how to enable, secure, and manage mobile devices and apps. Key challenges include: SECURITY Threats from viruses, malware, and hackings INTEGRATION AND MANAGEMENT Complexity of integrating and managing disparate operating systems and devices STRETCHED RESOURCES Scarcity of resources to manage spiraling costs and the growing number of mobile device types and apps invading the enterprise BYOD Challenges with governance and compliance, mobile device management, and security COMBAT THE INVASION STEP FOUR Start your ongoing enterprise mobility journey today, Take the first step with a 30-day trial. Capgemini has formed a strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide a unique Mobile Secure MDM offering for just €1/$1.11 per device per month. JUST Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions target processes to ensure proper device management – from provision to decommission. €1/$1.11 per device per month FEATURES AND BENEFITS Comprehensive, secure, and scalable MDM environment for 25 devices or more on a subscription basis. Allows companies to move from a capital expenditure (CAPEX) to an operational expenditure (OPEX) model. Standardized solution that bundles services for no extra cost, including analytic reporting via SAP BusinessObjects. Fee includes SAP license maintenance, 24 x 7 support, infrastructure (99.5% availability), management, and operation. SAP Afaria is widely considered to be the most reliable and scalable mobile security solution in the market. For this SaaS offering, SAP Afaria runs on the AWS global cloud. Sign up for your free trial today! How to sign up: www.sapafaria.com/capgemini To learn how you can increase mobile security for your business visit: www.capgemini.com/mobility