1340The New Workplace:Unleashing the Power ofEnterprise MobilityChris PepinIBM Mobile Offering Manager and Evangelist© 201...
80% of the current globalpopulation will have a mobile      device by 2016                   Source: IBM “Five in Five", D...
90% of companies will support  corporate applications on personal mobile devices by            2014             Source: Ga...
Promises• Work anywhere, anytime  from any device• Faster response time and  increased productivity• Employee satisfaction...
Perils• Support for multiple devices• Security• High costs                                 4
Enablers of a smarter workplace             Mobile      Social                   Cloud                                  5
Enterprise mobility: step-by-step      Establish corporate mobility policy      Deploy mobile device management      Enabl...
Establish corporate mobility policy• Is there a corporate policy for Bring Your Own Device? (i.e.  BYOD)• Do I need employ...
Deploy mobile device management• Software that secures, monitors, manages and supports  mobile devices• Over-the-air distr...
Mobile device management solutions               Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management Software, Apr...
IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices•   Safeguard Enterprise Data: Selectively wipe enterprise data when devices    are...
Enable corporate email• Email, contacts and calendar• Lotus® Domino®, Microsoft® Exchange   – Lotus Traveler, Exchange Act...
Moving beyond email to support applications                         12
Enterprise mobility: next steps       Application strategy       Develop applications       Deploy applications           ...
Application strategy• Business to employee and business to consumer• Collaboration and social media• Business analytics• L...
Develop applications• Buy vs. build• Mobile application architectures   – Native, web, hybrid, virtual• Development tools ...
Mobile Enterprise Application Platformsolutions                Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Enterprise Applic...
IBM announces the intent to acquireWorklight• Worklight : a privately held company based in Tel Aviv and New  York that pr...
Deploy applications• “Pushing” applications to devices• Public application store• Enterprise application store            ...
Approach           Business Objectives           End User Scenarios            Corporate Policy            Corporate Cultu...
Enterprise mobility at IBM• Corporate policy allows the use of  personally-owned devices• 100,000 employees with  smartpho...
Summary    Establish corporate   Application    mobility policy       strategy    Deploy mobile         Develop    device ...
For more information• Try IBM mobile solutions for yourself   – IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices   – Lotus Greenhou...
Links• IBM Mobile Enterprise Services   – ibm.com/services/mobility• FaceBook   – facebook.com/ibmmobility• Slideshare   –...
Thank you!                       Chris Pepin       IBM Mobile Offering Manager and Evangelist               http://www.chr...
Don’t miss these valuable opportunities:Visit the Pulse SmartSite     Solution Expo                         Meet our Exper...
Acknowledgements, disclaimersand trademarks© Copyright IBM Corporation 2012. All rights reserved.The information contained...
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  1. 1. 1340The New Workplace:Unleashing the Power ofEnterprise MobilityChris PepinIBM Mobile Offering Manager and Evangelist© 2012 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. 80% of the current globalpopulation will have a mobile device by 2016 Source: IBM “Five in Five", December 2011 1
  3. 3. 90% of companies will support corporate applications on personal mobile devices by 2014 Source: Gartner Top Predictions for IT Organizations November, 2011 2011 2
  4. 4. Promises• Work anywhere, anytime from any device• Faster response time and increased productivity• Employee satisfaction 3
  5. 5. Perils• Support for multiple devices• Security• High costs 4
  6. 6. Enablers of a smarter workplace Mobile Social Cloud 5
  7. 7. Enterprise mobility: step-by-step Establish corporate mobility policy Deploy mobile device management Enable corporate email 6
  8. 8. Establish corporate mobility policy• Is there a corporate policy for Bring Your Own Device? (i.e. BYOD)• Do I need employees to sign an agreement with terms and conditions?• 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 are supported?• What applications are supported?• How is end-user support provided? 7
  9. 9. Deploy mobile device management• Software that secures, monitors, manages and supports mobile devices• Over-the-air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings• Supports company-owned and employee-owned devices• Addresses the limitations of Microsoft ActiveSync 8
  10. 10. Mobile device management solutions Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management Software, April 2011 2011 9
  11. 11. IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices• Safeguard Enterprise Data: Selectively wipe enterprise data when devices are lost or stolen and configure and enforce passcode policies, encryption, VPN, and more.• Flexible Management: Secure and manage employee- and corporate-owned mobile devices using a combination of email-based and agent-based management, while preserving the native device experience• Maintain Compliance: Automatically identify non-compliant devices and take action by denying email access or by issuing user notifications until corrective actions are implemented• Unified Infrastructure: Leverage a single infrastructure to manage and secure all of your enterprise devices: smartphones, media tablets, desktops, laptops, and servers• Platforms – PCs: Windows, Linux, Mac – Mobile: Google Android, Apple iOS, Symbian, Windows Phone Shipping March 16, 2012! 10
  12. 12. Enable corporate email• Email, contacts and calendar• Lotus® Domino®, Microsoft® Exchange – Lotus Traveler, Exchange ActiveSync, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Good for Enterprise• Network connectivity 11
  13. 13. Moving beyond email to support applications 12
  14. 14. Enterprise mobility: next steps Application strategy Develop applications Deploy applications 13
  15. 15. Application strategy• Business to employee and business to consumer• Collaboration and social media• Business analytics• Line of business applications• Network and security considerations 14
  16. 16. Develop applications• Buy vs. build• Mobile application architectures – Native, web, hybrid, virtual• Development tools – Native SDK: Objective-C, Java – Web: HTML5, JavaScript – Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) 15
  17. 17. Mobile Enterprise Application Platformsolutions Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms, April 2011 2011 Source: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms, April 2011 16
  18. 18. IBM announces the intent to acquireWorklight• Worklight : a privately held company based in Tel Aviv and New York that provides a leading open standards based mobile application platform for smartphones and tablets letting you build and iterate mobile apps quickly• IBM and Worklight Together: With the combination of existing portfolio capabilities in Mobile Device Management, Mobile Web Application Development, Integration, Collaborative Tools and Mobile strategy, planning, implementation, and hosting services, with the acquisition of Worklight, IBM can now offer a complete end-to-end solution to enterprises looking to capitalize on the rapidly expanding mobile market. 17
  19. 19. Deploy applications• “Pushing” applications to devices• Public application store• Enterprise application store 18
  20. 20. Approach Business Objectives End User Scenarios Corporate Policy Corporate Culture Information Technology 19
  21. 21. Enterprise mobility at IBM• Corporate policy allows the use of personally-owned devices• 100,000 employees with smartphone and tablet access• Apple iOS®, Google Android® and RIM BlackBerry® are the most popular mobile platforms• Most employees pay a portion of mobile expenses• Self-service support via social media and “wisdom of the crowds” 20
  22. 22. Summary Establish corporate Application mobility policy strategy Deploy mobile Develop device management applications Enable corporate Deploy email applications 21
  23. 23. For more information• Try IBM mobile solutions for yourself – IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices – Lotus Greenhouse – Android Marketplace, Apple App Store, BlackBerry App World• Engage your IBM sales representative – Software – Managed mobility services 22
  24. 24. Links• IBM Mobile Enterprise Services – ibm.com/services/mobility• FaceBook – facebook.com/ibmmobility• Slideshare – slideshare.net/ibmmobility• Twitter – twitter.com/ibmmobility• YouTube – youtube.com/ibmmobility• Blog – ibm.com/connections/blogs/ibmmobility 23
  25. 25. Thank you! Chris Pepin IBM Mobile Offering Manager and Evangelist http://www.chrispepin.com cpepin@us.ibm.com 24
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