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This is a supporting presentation for a brain-storming panel about MDM -mobile device management. 26 September 2011, TLV Israel

This is a supporting presentation for a brain-storming panel about MDM -mobile device management. 26 September 2011, TLV Israel

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    STKI Mobile brainstorming -MDM Panel STKI Mobile brainstorming -MDM Panel Presentation Transcript

    • Brain Storming Development in the post PC world Panel 3:Future Endpoints & Mobile Device Management Shahar Geiger Maor Senior Analyst shahar@stki.info www.stki.info
    • Mobility in the future `http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.07/images/found.jpg
    • New Wave of Change: “Consumerization of IT” Computing Cycles in Perspective (from Morgan Stanley) 1,000,000 Mobile 100,000 InternetDevices/Users (MM in Log Scale) Desktop 10,000 Internet 10B+ 1,000 Units?? PC 1B+ Units/ ` Users 100 100M Units Minicomputer 10 “ 10M Units Mainframe 1 1M Units The desktop internet ramp was just a warm-up act for 1960 1980 2000 2020 what we’re seeing happen on the mobile internet. The pace of mobile innovation is “unprecedented, I think, in ” world history. Mary Meeker, Morgan Stanley – April 2010 3 Source: McAfee September 27, 2011
    • “The endpoint not taken” `http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.07/images/found.jpg
    • What is Your Current Endpoint-Devices Mix? 0.65% Tablets 1.75% Notebooks Netbooks ` 17.5% Laptops Desktops 83% Source: STKI
    • What will be Your Endpoint-Devices Mix in 12 Months?0.65% 6% Tablets1.75% 1.6% Notebooks Netbooks `17.5% 20.5% Laptops Desktops83% 75% Source: STKI
    • Who Will Be Using Tablets? 3% Someall of the population 15% Mid-level directors 21% ` Pilot in one of the units 41% Specific functions (e.g. salesmarketing)44% CXOs Source: STKI
    • List of Tablet Use Cases ` Source: Yankee Group
    • Endpoint Contemplations1. DesktopsNotebooks are losing market share2. LaptopsTablets are gaining power3. A tablet (still) can’t replace a laptop4. “By 2014…?” No one really knows what’s going ` to happen…
    • Development Platform One central place Business logics, some business data, cashing personalization security that automatically support all multiple devices & OSBrowser (PC, “Middle” Mobile) ` layer Web WAP Integration Legacy Servers layer Applications MDMC/S app onthe mobile device
    • What About Mobile Device Management? What worries CIOs? • No central management? • How to protect corporate data on device? • Device’s welfare ??? ` What are They Looking For? 1. Manage Smartphones as if they were another endpoint 2. Multi-platform support 3. Protecting business information on your device
    • Critical Capabilities for Mobile Device Management Policy Security andDevice Diversity Containerization Enforcement Compliance Inventory Software Administration IT Service Management Distribution ` and Reporting Management Network Service Delivery Model Management http://www.gartner.com/technology/streamReprints.do?id=1-16U0UOL&ct=110801&st=sg
    • The Israeli Point of ViewIn your opinion, what are the Critical Capabilities for a MDM solution?16% 12% 8% ` 6% 13% Source: STKI
    • MDM StrategyWhat’s your mobile device management and security strategy? 5% Conducting a POCevaluation 8% of solutions Using an existing (non-specific)13% security methodologysolutions ` Its considered high priority, 53% but no actions were made yet Already implemanting a specific MDMsecurity solution 21% MDMsecurity is considered low priority at the moment Source: STKI
    • Market Status `
    • OK, Let’s talk Dugri! (Let’s start the panel…) ` Source: Yuval Binder
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