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Managed Mobility from O2. A guide for CIOs


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From network connectivity, to custom apps and secure device management Release your workforce and support their mobility. With smart, secure technology to help them take even better care of the people or customers your organisation serves.

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Managed Mobility from O2. A guide for CIOs

  1. 1. Mobility Management A guide for CIOs.
  2. 2. Device Strategy Device Management Managed Connectivity Application Mobility How device management supports Managed Mobility
  3. 3. mobility in business we all know is important
  4. 4. mobility affects report increases in productivity as a direct result of flexible mobile working Regus Research 72%business of businesses
  5. 5. O2 Research two thirds of all email is now opened on a mobile device
  6. 6. of the world’s workforce will be mobile Regus Research 37.2% 1.3 billion by 2015
  7. 7. 73% of global IT executives say that mobility will impact their business more than the web did. Accenture CIO survey 2013 and
  8. 8. Compliance & security Cost reductions Organisational transformation Better employee engagement mobile business the benefits of being a are well established
  9. 9. a smarter worker Is better informed Travels more efficiently Takes up less space Can respond faster is a more productive worker
  10. 10. smart devices are everywhere By 2014, most mobile workers will be using their mobile as the primary communications device. Source: April 2013 Gartner. PC and Laptop shipments will decline 7.3%. Tablet shipments will grow 69.8% year on year.
  11. 11. headache giving a to CIOs everywhere
  12. 12. leading technology research company Gartner, tells us there are 4 key questions we should be asking ourselves about Mobility Management… 4 key questions to ask about Managed Mobility 1 2 3 4
  13. 13. Do you know the profile and system requirements of your employees and how many are already accessing the network with their own devices and what for? Is your infrastructure robust with sufficient network provision and protection against threats? Do you know how you will support & manage devices whether they are corporately or personally owned? Which applications & business processes will deliver improved employee productivity if they can be delivered on any device? 1 3 2 4
  14. 14. Mobility Management does not equal Mobile Device Management
  15. 15. Device strategy and selection is a consultative, roles based selection process.
  16. 16. there are many roles to consider inside any business static office worker office hopper mobile knowledge worker mobile customer facing mobile task worker
  17. 17. 5 shifts in mobile working affecting each role are flexibility of desk workers reducing travel & space needs mobile office hoppers with richer meetings & collaboration mobile information improving the effectiveness of knowledge workers real time info providing right time, right place responses for customer facing staff mobile apps for task workers improving job scheduling and speeding up completion
  18. 18. comms needs communication & collaboration apps device size, weight & battery life device functionality & performance speed & capacity of connectivity and each role has their own transactional business apps connectivity coverage at location
  19. 19. company should provide smart devices for work added to this – many workers feel their from a list of ‘choose your own devices’ Choose Your Own Device CYOD
  20. 20. bring your own device is fast becoming the norm admit to using their personal devices for work but 40% are doing so without any guidance from their employer. with 50% of employees Source: YouGov Bring Your Own Device BYOD but on the other hand,
  21. 21. better suited highly paid executives may prefer to use their own device while new joiners may be likelier to choose a company device BYOD CYOD& specific groups inside a business are to each strategy
  22. 22. Bring Your Own Device Choose Your Own Device BYOD CYOD& your device strategy is probably two strategies… so…
  23. 23. mobile operating system then there’s the question of which should you use? iOS blackberry OS android OS windows 8 OS the market is developing rapidly, with frequent launches of new phones and apps. moving from one OS to another is a barrier because of the sunk costs, so selecting the right one for your business requirements is key to a good return on investment.
  24. 24. android is the most popular mobile operating system 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% 40.0% 45.0% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Global smartphone OS market share Strategy Analytics: Global smartphone forecast by OS
  25. 25. each mobile operating system has merits iOS is an excellent all round platform. BlackBerry has enhanced security and policy definition. Android has a huge variety of devices and prices. Windows mobile has excellent integration with Windows servers and PCs. they’re all good for email, calendar & contacts, but also…
  26. 26. in summary...
  27. 27. decide why your business needs to be a mobile business choose a strategy BYOD, CYOD or both choose a mobile operating system based on the drivers inside your business e.g. windows integration choose your devices based on the needs of each role mobilise your business 1 32 4 5