Table of Contents IDC Opinion In This Study Situation Overview Notable Mobile and Wireless IndicatorsWireless Data Traffic Surpasses VoiceMobility Comes with PersonalityFuture Outlook Change ContinuesMobile Data Use and ConsumptionGrowing Global Mobile WorkforceProliferation of Devices and AppsEssential Guidance Increasing Your Organization's Mobility IQ1. Capture Functional Business Requirements for Mobility2. Incorporate Mobility into Overall IT, Cloud, and UC Plans3. Forecast Workforce Size, Mix, and Locations4. Create a Road Map for Mobile Apps, Devices, and M2M Needs5. Review and Test Various Mobile OS/Platforms6. Develop Wireless Infrastructure and Support Processes7. Implement MDM and Security Solutions8. Provide Training for Both Tech Support Staff and End Users9. Establish Policies or Programs for Individual-Liable Devices10. Select an Application Development StrategySuccess Comes with a Strategy and Small Doses of ExperimentationLearn More Related ResearchSynopsis
Enterprise Mobility Readiness: 10 Steps to Increase Your Organization's Mobility IQ
This IDC study provides market context of mobile and wireless growth and a simple summary of 10 key considerations for business and IT leaders to incorporate into a mobility strategy. Mobile technologies have changed the way organizations operate. Formally preparing for a wireless and mobile future is going from optional to critical for most organizations. This study provides a simple summary of 10 key considerations for business and IT leaders to incorporate into a mobility strategy.
"A mobility strategy is incomplete without considering the broader technology road map for the company," according to Tony Olvet, group vice president, Research Domains, IDC Canada. "IDC expects the most successful organizations to take a balanced approach between trialing new mobile technology and managing change."