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Wondering how you can increase productivity and employee satisfaction at the same time? Check out how Mobile Information Access can keep both IT and users smiling.

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  1. 1. HOW MANY PEOPLE WORK REMOTELY?WHAT MOBILE DEVICES DO THEY USE?50Million125MillionAbout 125 million U.S. consumers ownsmartphones, 50 million own tablets.DO YOU BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE (BYOD)?1out of 3people would gladlybreak any anti-BYOD rules and“contravene a company’s securitypolicy that forbids them to use theirpersonal devices at work or for workpurposes.” Young “20-something”workers view BYOD policies as moreof a right than a privilege.20122017HOW BIG IS MOBILE DATA TRAFFIC?342 MB820 MBIn 2012: 342 MB per month per smartphone and 820 MB per tablet.In 2017: Monthly global data traffic will surpass 10 exabytes.ARE THERE ANY LOCAL DIFFERENCES?RESULTS SO FARHOW CAN YOU MAKE YOURMOBILE STRATEGY MORE SECURE?Have a well-understood mobile security policy123Use an on-premise Mobile Information Managementsolution that provides mobile data access via a mobileapp acting as a secure containerAdd encryption and secure communication protocolsNetApp®Connect is an on-premise solution from NetApp that helps connect people, devicesand corporate data without compromising your IT security. For more information go to: SECURE IS YOUR CORPORATE DATAIN A MOBILE WORLD?Most common security incidentsWHAT ARE THE DATA MOST AT RISK?Personal and corporate-owned devices often store and access a varietyof sensitive information including:79% email(internal database or business applications)WHAT IS THE AVERAGE COST OFA SECURITY INCIDENT?(includes data loss, damage to the brand, productivity loss, and loss of customer trust)72%say that careless employees are a greater security threat thanhackers. This is followed by:- In 2008: 32,544 mobile phoneswere left in taxis in New York alone ina 6-month period- There is an 83% chance that theperson who found a lostcorporate-connected device willattempt to access corporate data orthe corporate networkInsecure Wi-FiConnectivity59%The average remote worker spendsAbout 80%ofcompanies in the U.S. offersome form of telecommutingUS$429,000 for enterprises US$126,000 for small businessesMalicious MobileApplication Download57%Mobile Web Browsing61%Lost or Stolen Devices58%By 2015, the world’s mobile workerpopulation will reach 1.3 billion, or37.2% of the total workforce.The number of mobile-connecteddevices will exceed the world’spopulation in 2013.25hrs = 40hrs87%of managers reportincreased productivity of between 5-25%spent workingat homespent in the office11%more hours working than an office-based worker.47% customer data38% login credentials!Corporate DataGoes MobileHow to increase productivity and employee satisfaction at the sametime? Mobile data access seems to be the magic key. The pressure is highon IT to provide solutions that dont put corporate data at risk. Lets seewhat the latest trends are and how the right Mobile InformationManagement solution can keep both IT and users smiling.10 EB1. According to a survey conducted by Chicago outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. IDC press release 1/5/2012 ComScores "2013 Mobile Future in Focus" report, The Smart Phone Honey Stick project survey conducted by Symantec conducted in 2012© 2013 NetApp, Inc.96543211011111213Percentage of mobile workers who sometime or obsessively wake up during thenight to check their smartphone:83% of Indian organizations can technically support mobile work stylescompared to the global average of 57%.831%21%56%7