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“Tablets & the Enterprise,
is consumerisation stalling in its tracks?”

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  • Lack of enterprise level security support
  • Lack of storage , cumbersome access to stored network data and a dependence on third-party support channels.digital whiteboard" to doctors in the field, manage schedules, and map meeting locations.Hotels are giving them to concierges to manage a host of hospitality requests, or providing them in-room to executive guests.Because many organizations pre-load tablets with documentation, videos, handbooks, product guides, HR information, company reports and myriad other documents, paper waste is reduced, and out-of-office productivity is boosted - another great side benefit of enterprise tablets. With tablets, employees can "read up" on work material while at the gym or on plane.

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  • 1. “Tablets & the Enterprise,
    is consumerisation stalling in its tracks?”
    RosendoTravieso
    Managed Mobility Manager
    Telefónica Multinational Solutions
    20th September 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Telefónica MultinationalSolutions
    Products and Services
  • 2. Consumerisation
    1
    “A recent survey of 2300
    CIOs found that one in four companies are either using or planning to use tablets.”
    Forrester Research, March 2011
  • 3. Consumerisation
    2
    “The IT Civil War”
    “The enemy within”
  • 4. The Mobile Stack – 1 to Many
    3
    2.68
    devices per user
    27%
    tablet adoption
    iPass Survey of 3,500 mobile employees at 1,100 enterprises worldwide, March 2011
  • 5. The Tablet – Usage in detail
    4
    73%
    Internet Access
    69%
    Checking email
    67%
    Working away from Office
    *Tablet Usage Stats, ChangeWave Research, November 2010
  • 6. Consumerisation Benefits
    • Lower Total Cost of Ownership
    • 7. Improved Morale
    • 8. Improved Productivity
     
    5
  • 9. Consumerisation & Tablets Challenges to growth
    • Mobile Applications
    • 10. Data Management
    • 11. Policy & Security
    • 12. Adoption, Usage & Substitution
    6
  • 13. Consumerisation & Tablets
    Applications Benefits have been identified but...
    Enterprise Applications for tablets not widely available with notable exceptions (Sales, Healthcare)
    7
  • 14. Consumerisation & Tablets
    Enterprise Applications Platform enabled with Development Initiatives
    8
  • 15. Consumerisation & Tablets Policy
    • Guidelines for adoption of Tablets
    • 16. Device Evaluation Criteria
    • 17. Tailor User Agreements (Devices and L&R)
    • 18. Communicate certification roadmap
    • 19. Training & Support
    • 20. Compliance Processes
    Based on “Key considerations for ‘Bring Your Own device’ programmes,
    David Smud, Deloitte & Touché LLP, 2011
    9
  • 21. 10
    Consumerisation & Tablets Security
    • Data Security & Integrity
    • 22. Suitability
    • 23. Diligence
  • 11
    Consumerisation & Tablets Security
    • Enforce Best Practices
    • 24. Deploy Device Management
    • 25. Acceptable Use Policy
    • 26. Content Control
  • 12
    Consumerisation & Tablets Adoption, Usage & Substitution
    • Adoption dependant on Security concerns
    • 27. Content Readers vs. Content Creators
    • 28. Laptop or Tablet? Both?
  • Telefónica Managed Mobility SolutionsPlan for Success
    Mobile Device Management
    BYO Policy Management
    LOB Application Mobilisation
    Enhanced Security & Management
    13