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Becoming a mobile enterprise is challenging and doesn't happen overnight. This presentation lays out a 6-step approach

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  • Key message: Computing continues to extend it’s reach and mobile is the latest extension to become fully embedded in the fabric of enterprise IT. But it does bring with it some unique characteristics. From a business perspective it is really transforming and creating new business models. These models must adapt to consumer mobile expectations and work on the end consumer’s own private device Mobile apps have much faster lifecycles and they are much more iterative than traditional applications And there is a high degree of fragmentation of devices, networks, and languages, etc. that is forcing movement toward open standards. Sources: 1 Source: IDC 2 Source: Gartner's Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users, 2012 and Beyond: November 2011 3 Source: IDC 4 Source: IDC . “Worldwide Business Use Smartphone Forecast and Analysis,” doc #225054, September 2010
  • Mobile is an enterprise priority. The chart on the left is from a recent Well Fargo Securities report indicating the rapid growth in the number of smart phones worldwide as presented by the blue bar. On the right side we are reminded of key findings from the recent IBM Global CIO study indicating that mobile and cloud are the top spending priorities for CIOs. And by 2020 more than 10 billion mobile connected devices are expected to be in use. We see that mobile data traffic exceeded voice in 2010 and will continue to grow according to The Yankee Group “ Less than five years ago, mobile data traffic made up less than about 15 percent of all total mobile revenue. “ Source: http://www.wirelessindustrynews.org/news-aug-2010/2085-082510-win-news.html (August 26, 2010)
  • In order to take advantage of the opportunities presented in the mobile space, enterprises from all industries need a comprehensive mobile platform that bridges the gap between the diverse and fragmented mobile devices (tablets and smartphones) and the back end systems that deliver content. The needs of the mobile business are varied and IBM offers a unified portfolio that allows clients to build mobile applications, connect to and run backend systems, while managing and securing their business while extending capabilities to mobile devices and transforming their business.
  • IBM has a broad set of service capabilities in the mobile space.
  • Author Note: Mandatory Rational closing slide (includes appropriate legal disclaimer). Graphic is available in English only.

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  • Becoming a mobile enterprise step by stepChris PepinIBM Global Mobile Offering Manager and Evangelist @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Mobile is growing exponentially 1 Billion Smartphones by 2016 * 375m Tablets by 2016 * 61% of CIOs put mobile as priority 45% increased productivity with mobile apps Sources: IBM CIO study and Forrester Research (February 2012)*2 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Becoming a mobile enterprise step by step Develop mobile strategy, Enable corporate email, 1 policy and educate employees 4 contact and calendar Secure mobile devices Develop mobile 2 5 application strategy Enable mobile network Deploy and manage 3 infrastructure 6 mobile applications3 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Develop mobile strategy, policy and educate employees What business problem am I trying to solve with mobile? Business to consumer and business to enterprise (B2C and B2E) Is there a corporate policy that speaks to Bring Your Own Device? (BYOD) Do I need an acceptable use policy? What’s the policy for mobile expense reimbursement and arrangements with mobile carriers? What are the corporate security and compliance requirements and how are they enforced? What devices and OS levels are supported? How is support provided? Can I leverage automation or self-service support to reduce costs? How do I educate employees? 14 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Secure mobile devices End point and data management Full disk encryption End-to-end encryption Containerization and separation between work and personal data Remote wipe of corporate data should the device be lost, stolen or the employee leaves the company 3 25 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Enable mobile network infrastructure Securely connect smartphones and tablets to the corporate network to access enterprise data Wi-fi coverage at corporate locations for employees and guests Network access control Virtual Private Network (VPN) access when away from the office and accessing enterprise data behind the corporate firewall 3 26 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Enable corporate e-mail, contact and calendar Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange – on premise and cloud Messaging middleware including Lotus Traveler, Exchange ActiveSync, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Good for Enterprise Native e-mail and third party clients Removing file attachments and changing file association type 47 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Develop mobile application strategy Business to employee and business to consumer (B2E and B2C) Collaboration, social media, sale tracking, document sharing Network and security considerations Buy vs. build Native, web, hybrid and virtual applications Software Development Kit (SDK) and Mobile Application Platform 58 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Deploy and manage mobile applications Business to consumer and business to enterprise (B2C and B2E) Distribute, update, manage, and secure mobile applications on both personal and corporate-owned mobile devices Application stores (public and enterprise) Mobile application lifecycle management Mobile application security & compliance management 69 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • IBM embraces Bring Your Own Device IBMs BYOD program "really  425,000 employees worldwide is about supporting employees in the way they want to work. They will find the most appropriate tool to get their job done. I want to  50% of employees work remotely make sure I can enable them to do that, but in a way that safeguards the integrity of our business.“  50% workforce has less than 5 years of service - IBM CIO Jeanette Horan How did IBM address the challenge? Business outcomes: 1. Deploy a secure technology framework  Increased employee productivity  Increased employee satisfaction 2. Develop a strong usage policy  Reduced security risk and loss of corporate data for personally owned devices 3. Educate employees  Over 120,000 employees using mobile devices 4. Support personally owned devices for business with over 80,000 BYOD through social software10 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation1
  • IBM’s strategy addresses client mobile initiatives Build & Connect Manage & Secure Extend & Transform Build mobile Manage mobile Extend capabilities apps devices and apps to mobile Connect & run Secure my mobile Transform mobile systems business your business Key Capabilities Key Capabilities Key Capabilities • Mobile web, hybrid and • Mobile lifecycle • Strategy, planning and native app development management implementation • Enterprise data, service, • Device analytics and • Mobile-enabled solutions and application integration control including analytics, • Enterprise wireless • Secure network commerce, and social networking communications & business management • Mobile as a service11 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Engage With IBM This Week 1 Meet with an IBM expert to view a product demo in booth 735 2 Join the conversation at @ibmmobile and #IBMatMobileCON 3 Learn more at ibm.com/mobile-enterprise and follow us at #IBMMobile12 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • Join IBM during our other MobileCon sessions!Date Start Session Title StageWed 11:00 AM IBM Mobile Enterprise Overview 3 11:00 AM Build and Connect Apps, Devices and Data: Take Your Enterprise Mobile 2 11:30 AM Syncing Mobile and Cloud Technologies to Drive Your Mobile-First Strategy 2 11:30 AM Becoming a Mobile Enterprise Step-By-Step 3 1:00 PM Mobile Collaboration for Your Social Business 3 1:30 PM Making Commerce Mobile: Strategy and Trends of Mobile Commerce 3 2:00 PM Manage and Secure Your Mobile Enterprise: Delivering Visibility and Confidence 2 2:30 PM Impact on IT of BYOD and the Mobile Enterprise 2 3:00 PM Build and Connect Apps, Devices and Data: Take Your Enterprise Mobile 2 3:30 PM Syncing Mobile and Cloud Technologies to Drive Your Mobile-First Strategy 2Thurs 11:00 AM IBM Mobile Enterprise Overview 3 11:00 AM Manage and Secure Your Mobile Enterprise: Delivering Visibility and Confidence 2 11:30 AM Impact on IT of BYOD and the Mobile Enterprise 2 11:30 AM Becoming a Mobile Enterprise Step-By-Step 3 1:00 PM Mobile Collaboration for Your Social Business 3 1:30 PM Making Commerce Mobile: Strategy and Trends of Mobile Commerce 3 2:00 PM Build and Connect Apps, Devices and Data: Take Your Enterprise Mobile 2 2:30 PM Syncing Mobile and Cloud Technologies to Drive Your Mobile-First Strategy 213 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 14 @IBMMobile | #IBMatMobileCon © 2012 IBM Corporation
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