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Overview of Enterprise Mobility

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Overview of Enterprise Mobility

  1. 1. Enterprise Mobility Strategy • by YUVARAJ ILANGOVAN
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  3. 3. 3 • What do you mean by Mobility? • The notion of “Mobility” refers  Mobile Devices – Smart Phones, Tablets, Phablets, PDCs, etc.,  Network Services – Voice and Data  Mobility Services --  Mobile Device Management (MDM) – like securing device, etc.,  Mobile Application Management (MAM) – Tools, Apps installation, security and compliances  Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) – A solution for developing mobile applications for multi-device and multi-platforms • Network Services • Mobility Services • Mobile devices
  4. 4.  Factors which trigger the need for Enterprise Mobility COPE – Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled | BYOD – Bring Your Own Device 4 • Why Enterprise Mobility(EM)? Increased use of Mobility by consumers Increased use of Mobility by employees Boom of COPE / BYOD policies
  5. 5. • Few predictions about Enterprise Mobility  According to GARTNER, smart phones penetration among enterprise workforce would be 64% by 2015 and 2/3rd of workforce will adopt BYOD model Even 72% of Indian enterprises will improve productivity by adopting smart phones in everyday work culture Per CISCO, “Mobile data traffic grew 81% in 2013 and expecting that mobile data transactions will be exploding to 190 Exabytes in 2018” Per Global Industry Analysts, “Global market for Enterprise Mobility will exceed U.S$168.8 Billion by 2015” Per Zinnov, “Enterprise mobility market is expected to increase almost 5 folds, touching USD 1 Bn by mid- 2015, up from USD 244Mn in 2011” 5 According to IDC, Enterprise Mobility Market Expected To Touch $1.8B By 2017 • Few leading IT research firms predictions:
  6. 6. Reduction in end user IT cost Improved employee productivity, availability and increase in revenue Agility in decision making All business reports are handy and less or zero paper work (for ex: cloud printing) Real time business data accessibility from wherever we are BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy and it’s advantages 6 • Benefits of Enterprise Mobility Enterprise Mobility
  7. 7. Due to fast changes in mobile landscape, testing aspects will have lot of rework and need right strategy & implementation for automation Device Management and support for multiple devices Rapid pace of change in mobile hardware OS landscape Complexities involved in terms of data access policies (COPE / BYOD policies) Data security and compliance maturity and related issues Developing and supporting multiple mobile OS platforms 7 • Challenges of Enterprise Mobility Enterprise Mobility
  8. 8. Mobility Terms Problems Solutions 8 Mobile Device Management (MDM)  Diversified mobile devices  Security Implementation  Remote over-the-air updates  Prevent malicious software  Choose mobile devices which has best possible control and security built-in. Periodic inventory registry updates  Have a better security policy with proper encryptions, locking strategies (even for mobile’s local storage)  Identify scenarios like jail-breaks, lost devices, device theft, repeated login failures - enable those devices for remote wiping, automatic padlocking, account locks, etc.,  Prepare application white-list and allow installations for those softwares only  Proper SSL, VPN implementations  New security updates and patches for diversified platform devices  Deploy intrusion detection and prevention systems (IPS / IDS) • Mobility Challenges and Solutions
  9. 9. Mobility Terms Problems Solutions 9 Mobile Application Management (MAM)  Acquiring apps  Distribution of apps (discovery)  Security  Tracking & Support  Enterprise App Store - Improve mobile worker productivity by giving them easy access to the apps they need through an enterprise app store  App Management – Using Enterprise App store, companies will get following benefits: i) Deploy, monitor and support ii) Prepare apps white / black list to prevent app malwares iii) Complete control on apps towards security & compliance iv) Data protection and management • Mobility Challenges and Solutions [Contd…]
  10. 10. • Mobility Challenges and Solutions [Contd…] List of industry leading MDM / MAM Tools • Airwatch Enterprise Mobility Management • BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 • BoxTone (acquired by Good Technologies) • XenMobile • Good for Enterprise • IBM Endpoint Manager for EM •MaaS360 •MobileIron • SAP Enterprise Store •MobiControl • Symantec mobile management suite • Apperian 10
  11. 11. 11 • Types of mobile app development Native Apps Mobile App Types Cross Compiled Custom Container Mobile Web Hybrid Apps
  12. 12. • Mobile application types and their capabilities Device Features Native Hybrid Mobile Web GPS High High High Accelerometer High Medium Medium Camera High High Not Accessible Gyroscope High Low Not Accessible 3D Graphics High Low Low Bluetooth High Low Not Accessible Device Information High Low Not Accessible SMS High Medium Not Accessible Local Notifications High Medium Not Accessible Local Database High Medium Low Push Notifications High Medium Not Accessible Contacts Details High Medium Not Accessible Calendar High Medium Not Accessible 12
  13. 13. • Decision making factors for Mobile App Development Decision Factors End user and the platform App Features (heavy use of gestures, animations, device features, etc.,) Product Usage / App Traffic 1. Are you expecting your product will be used heavily? 2. What would be the approximate number of users ? Time and Budget for Development due to platform proliferation 1. How many platforms should be supported? 2. How many form factors should be supported? 3. Skilled developers (Native vs Web) Discoverability of App Write Once Use / Optimize Everywhere Security (Native is better than Mobile Web) Network Bandwidth (GPRS, 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi) 13
  14. 14. • Decision making factors for Mobile App Development 14 General queries before making right strategy for Mobile App Development • Which platform that we need to target for app development (iOS, Android, WinMo, RIM)? • Should our EM solution be native / hybrid / mobile web? • Do we need to build app from scratch or can use any of existing Mobile Enterprise Application Program (MEAP) framework solutions? • Should organization provide devices (COPE) or employees can bring their devices (BYOD)? In any case, do we have right policies and compliances for Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Mobile Application Management (MAM)? • How about the device and data security implementations? • How the corporate app should be distributed for employees usage?
  15. 15. • When to choose specific development approach Development Type Scenarios 15 Native Choose: Need for specific platforms like iOS, Android, RIM, Windows Want to develop app based on devices features. For ex: SKYPE  Need to have rich UI and high responsiveness performance based apps  Apps can be used even in offline mode  In a nutshell, if we want to develop more consumer focused app with cutting edge features, fluid animations and graphics, fast performance and security then Native app would be the right choice NOT to choose: If the app development is targeting multiple platforms, versioning and maintenance will be difficult in future  We should have skilled developers for native programming  Publishing app is a detailed process (like AppStore) and it would be really difficult if the app doesn’t support the standards defined
  16. 16. • When to choose specific development approach Development Type Scenarios 16 MobileWeb Choose: If we need “Write once, run every where” model, Mobile Web would be the choice Same code base that can be accessed from multiple devices, multiple platforms and browsers. You can leverage your existing web developers with no or minimum training for the development If you want to enhance the user experience for existing web sites, Mobile web version of the site would be an easy option as it’s SEO friendly and mainly faster development time NOT to choose:  If the app requires access of specific device features  If the app requires heavy graphics and animations
  17. 17. • When to choose specific development approach Development Type Scenarios 17 Hybrid Choose:  When your app requires to be accessed everywhere, from multiple devices and should have capabilities to access device features  If you have faster time-to-market scenarios, Hybrid development and market cycle would be faster than Native apps  If your app requires all web features and good UX experience, this is the right option  Development, deployment and maintenance would be easier compared to Native apps NOT to choose:  Due to extra layer, you can experience slightly lower performance with UI rendering and data access  Compared to Mobile Web, this approach will require separate wrappers should be developed for each platform and this may increase the development, deployment and maintenance duration
  18. 18. • Mobile App Development Tools – An overview Apple (iOS) Android BlackBerry Windows Phone Language Objective C, Swift JAVA (C++) JAVA C#.Net, VB.Net Tools XCode Android SDK BB Java Eclipse 18 Native Development Tools Mobile Web Development Tools (Few Notable names)  Jquery Mobile  Sencha Touch  Worklight  Twitter’s Bootstrap Plug-in Visual Studio, Windows Phone SDK Packaging .app .apk .cod .xap Publishing App Store Google Play App World Marketplace
  19. 19. • Mobile App Development Tools – An overview Hybrid App Development Tools (Few Notable names) 19  PhoneGap  Appcelerator Titanium  Xamarin  Orubase  AppMobi  RhoMobile  Corona
  20. 20. • Enterprise Mobility – Reference Conceptual Architecture Model 20
  21. 21. • Enterprise Mobility – Logical Architecture Model 21
  22. 22. • Mobile Middleware in Enterprise Mobility •Updating the changes in applications (hosted in AppStore, etc.,) • Messaging and Notification services (SMS, Push Notifications, etc.,) • Brokering for application integrations (For ex: back-end integration) • Device detection and experience adaptation • Location APIs (to support location based apps) • Asset transcoding (converting image, sound, video to Mobile supported formats) • Mobile specific analytics (like apps crashing metrics, etc.,) • Capacity offload (hosted caching layers for high performance mobile interactions) • Application security (like apps data wipes, application access, selective encryptions) Functionalities that offered by Mobile Middleware (part of MEAP): 22
  23. 23. • Mobile Middleware in Enterprise Mobility 23
  24. 24. 24 What problems are solved by Mobile Cloud (MC)? • Separate the actual data (storage issues) from mobile device • Separate the data processing (computing overheads) away from mobile device • As the data and computing part is off-loaded to MC, mobile devices will be left with resources overhead free (like battery life, processing power, etc.,) Current challenges in Mobile Cloud • Network connectivity • Long WAN latency • Mobility management • Context-processing • Vendor / Data lock-in • Security / Privacy • Mobile Cloud in Enterprise Mobility
  25. 25. 25 • Mobile Cloud in Enterprise Mobility
  26. 26. Thank You !!! 26

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