Channel
Bytes
Mobility Part 1: Dealing with Devices
On Tap For Today
 Why mobility?
 The state of BYOD
 Device strategy drivers
 Mobility challenges
 Devices in the big ...
WHY MOBILITY?
Typical Workforce Composition
76%
15% 8%
Full Time
at Home
Full Time at
Office Location
Split Time between
Office/Home
53%...
Drivers for Mobility Adoption
15%
17%
17%
23%
25%
26%
33%
33%
37%
41%
47%
51%
Accommodate or manage BYOD
Attract top talen...
Benefits of Mobility
23%
32%
35%
46%
48%
55%
55%
58%
Opportunity to reach new market segments
New capabilities for certain...
THE STATE OF BYOD
Device Deployment
45%
47%
9%
Small Firms
< 100 employees
Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study
...
27% 26%
29%
7%
10%
Large Device
Bundle
Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study
Base: 400 U.S. end...
DEVICE STRATEGY DRIVERS
Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study
Base: 400 U.S. end users
Top Reasons for Device
Provision...
MOBILITY CHALLENGES
Challenges in Adopting Mobility
16%
20%
29%
30%
31%
33%
36%
45%
Finding mobile application developers
Maintaining mobile &...
DEVICES IN THE BIG PICTURE
The Mobility Ecosystem
Device+OS
e.g. Apple,
Samsung,
Google
Communications
e.g. Lync,
Skype, or
Native function
Public Cl...
Seth Robinson
srobinson@comptia.org
@sethdrobinson
For more information, contact:
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Mobility: Dealing with Devices

  1. 1. Channel Bytes Mobility Part 1: Dealing with Devices
  2. 2. On Tap For Today  Why mobility?  The state of BYOD  Device strategy drivers  Mobility challenges  Devices in the big picture
  3. 3. WHY MOBILITY?
  4. 4. Typical Workforce Composition 76% 15% 8% Full Time at Home Full Time at Office Location Split Time between Office/Home 53% 32% 14% Zero Travel Travel up to 50% Travel more than 50% Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users
  5. 5. Drivers for Mobility Adoption 15% 17% 17% 23% 25% 26% 33% 33% 37% 41% 47% 51% Accommodate or manage BYOD Attract top talent Optimize online offerings for mobile Stay aware of cutting-edge technology Keep up with the competition Create new revenue opportunities Cost savings Mobility is part of business continuity Higher need for employee availability Support telecommuting/remote work Productivity gains Allow employee flexibility Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users
  6. 6. Benefits of Mobility 23% 32% 35% 46% 48% 55% 55% 58% Opportunity to reach new market segments New capabilities for certain job roles Higher job satisfaction Improved ability to collaborate Improved ability to engage with customers Ability to reach employees at any time Higher productivity Keeping employees connected Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users
  7. 7. THE STATE OF BYOD
  8. 8. Device Deployment 45% 47% 9% Small Firms < 100 employees Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 161 small U.S. end users/120 medium U.S. end users/119 large U.S. end users 39% 58% 3% 51% 46% 3% Medium-Sized Firms 100-499 employees Large Firms 500+ employees No BYOD Partial BYOD Full BYOD
  9. 9. 27% 26% 29% 7% 10% Large Device Bundle Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users No Device Needs Large Device Bundle No Device Needs Compute Needs Now Compute Needs In Two Years35% 27% 22% 7% 9% Commonly Provided Devices 86% Laptop 76% Smartphone 61% Tablet
  10. 10. DEVICE STRATEGY DRIVERS
  11. 11. Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users Top Reasons for Device Provisioning Top Reasons to Allow BYOD 44% Standardize and consolidate IT support 29% More cost effective 22% Easier to manage security 46% Increase productivity by allowing out-of-office access 19% Reduce costs 18% Too difficult to stop use of personal devices 5% Compliance regulations 17% To allow use of familiar devices
  12. 12. MOBILITY CHALLENGES
  13. 13. Challenges in Adopting Mobility 16% 20% 29% 30% 31% 33% 36% 45% Finding mobile application developers Maintaining mobile & Internet offerings Optimizing business applications Users not familiar with company policy Mobility skill level of IT staff Determining cost/ROI of mobile solutions Making systems accessible securely Mobility skill level of general staff Source: CompTIA’s 3rd Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study Base: 400 U.S. end users
  14. 14. DEVICES IN THE BIG PICTURE
  15. 15. The Mobility Ecosystem Device+OS e.g. Apple, Samsung, Google Communications e.g. Lync, Skype, or Native function Public Cloud e.g. Salesforce, Dropbox, or AWS-hosted systems Private Cloud Systems running on Eucalyptus or Openstack On-premise systemsInternet 3rd Party App Procured through standard app store Custom App Built internally or outsourced Mobile web Standard browser functionality 3G/4G e.g. AT&T, Verizon Wi-Fi Carriers, Corporate or Public Networks Peripherals e.g. keyboards or health monitors
  16. 16. Seth Robinson srobinson@comptia.org @sethdrobinson For more information, contact:
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