Great Expectations: 2012 Enterprise Mobility Market


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VDC believes that there are several trends to watch out for in the Enterprise Mobility market in 2012. There will be much closer scrutiny around adoption costs and a focus on projects with proven ROI. Solutions that allow for dynamic mobile access to corporate data from multiple enterprise stacks will emerge. An increased number of devices per mobile worker will open up demand for cloud services. The short security support lifecycle has potential to expose enterprise vulnerabilities. Mobile payment will reach critical mass…especially for many high growth customer facing applications.During this QuickCast, David Krebs discusses these and other key trends for 2012 and takes a look back at few of the important trends and topics for Enterprise Mobility in 2011.

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  • Great Expectations: 2012 Enterprise Mobility Market

    1. 1. Mobile & Wireless Practice David Krebs – Vice President Eric Klein – Senior Analyst Balca Korkut – Analyst WEBCAST 2012 Enterprise Mobility Market PredictionsNovember 2011 © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile &
    2. 2. Recording Available A full audio recording is available for download at: © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile &
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    6. 6. Today’s Speaker David Krebs Vice President David has more than ten years experience covering the markets for enterprise and government mobility solutions, wireless data communication technologies and automatic data-capture research and consulting. David focuses on identifying the key drivers and enablers in the adoption of mobile and wireless solutions among mobile workers in the extended enterprise. David’s consulting and strategic advisory experience is far reaching and includes technology and market opportunity assessments, technology penetration and adoption enablers, partner profiling and development, new product development and M&A due diligence support. David has extensive primary market research management and execution experience to support market sizing and forecasting, total cost of ownership (TCO), comparative product performance evaluation, competitive benchmarking and end user requirements analysis. David is a graduate of Boston University (BSBA).For complimentary insights and marketing data: © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless
    7. 7. Today’s Topics 2012 Outlook… © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile &
    8. 8. Enterprise Mobility Market OverviewRobust performance in 2011 to give way to more challenging 2012Enterprise Mobility Becoming Strategic IT Discipline  Mobile workers represent 35% of workforce…and growing  More mobile devices connecting to Internet than PCsRugged Mobile Computing Pressures  Strong overall growth in 2011, however, slowdown expected in 2012  Transportation/distribution one of sweet spots  Emerging markets reach critical mass  Pressure from non-rugged devices in higher growth customer facing applications  Pent up demand from 2008/09 contraction satisfiedSmartphone &Tablet Explosive Growth Trajectory Continues  Over 420 million smartphones and 55 million tablets to ship in 2011  Approximately 25% are enterprise purchased/provisioned devices  Challenges with integrating ‘consumer’ platforms with backend legacy systems  BYOD interest pervasive…policy issues loom © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless
    9. 9. Rugged Mobile Computing OutlookRugged sector in need of redefinitionUneven 2012 Outlook Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments (USD Millions)  Pressures across many core markets $4,500  Transportation outlook strong $4,000  Organizations re-evaluating rugged value $3,500Key Priorities for Rugged Community  Turning enterprise lifecycle support into $3,000 a strength $2,500  Reestablishing the TCO of rugged mobile solutions in the context of customer $2,000 service $1,500  Device functionality for enterprise specific workflows $1,000  Market (re)focus $500  ISV community commitment $0 Large Form Factor Small Form Factor 2011 2012 2015 Large Form Factor: Notebooks, Tablets, Vehicle Mounted Computers Small Form Factors: Handheld/PDA, Wearable © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless
    10. 10. Smartphone & Tablet OutlookEnterprise purchased devices represent approximately 25% of unitsSmartphone & Tablet Growth Explosive Smartphone & Tablet Shipments (units, ‘000)  Android and iOS are leading platforms 1,000,000  RIM/BlackBerry still leading share in many enterprise segments….however, declining 900,000 trends 800,000Keys to 2012 700,000  BYOD is real…but strict policies driving many employees to elect enterprise 600,000 purchased devices 500,000  BYOD = Self service? Think again 400,000  iPad remains leading Tablet story …however, Android ramping 300,000  Strong enterprise interest and evaluation/ 200,000 adoption of tablets…primarily customer 100,000 engagement/customer facing apps  Challenges around backend legacy system 0 Smartphones Tablets integration 2011 2012 2015 Large Form Factor: Notebooks, Tablets, Vehicle Mounted Computers Small Form Factors: Handheld/PDA, Wearable © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless
    11. 11. 2012 ThemesMobility Budget/Cost Pressures Loom Large  Closer scrutiny around adoption costs. Focus on projects with proven ROI  Revenue growth a significant mobile and wireless adoption criteria  Rugged vulnerabilitiesData Access & Liberalization  Solutions emerging allow for dynamic mobile access to corporate data from multiple enterprise stacksMultiple Devices as a Cloud Catalyst  Increased number of devices per mobile worker opening up demand for cloud services  Continued migration to the cloud for many enterprise mobile (LOB) applications…however, still a long way to reaching critical massConsumer vs. Enterprise Lifecycles: Security Issues Loom Large  Short security support lifecycle has potential to expose enterprise vulnerabilitiesMobile Payment to Reach Critical Mass…especially for Many High Growth Customer FacingApplications  Considered a competitive advantage today; soon to be a “standard”  Increasing need for improved customer service is a key driver for investments © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless
    12. 12. Thank You for Attending this VDC WebcastFor more information please contact: David Krebs – Vice President | 508.653.9000 x136 Eric Klein – Senior Analyst | 508.653.9000 x141 Balca Korkut – Analyst | 508.653.9000 x134 Gerrell Smith – Account Director | 508.653.9000 x130For complimentary insights and marketing data: © 2011 VDC Research Webcast Mobile & Wireless