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BYOD in Enterprise Applications and Cloud Environment: Challenges and Market Opportunities 2013 - 2018

BYOD in Enterprise Applications and Cloud Environment: Challenges and Market Opportunities 2013 - 2018

Bring your own device (BYOD) has become one of the most popular topics in information technology resulting from employees bringing their personal devices into the enterprise and then wanting to use them to access company information such as email and various enterprise files.

Clearly, the consumerization of enterprise IT is a movement that is not a fad. Rather, it’s a trend that is going to sweep over all of enterprise computing for decades to come. ‘Consumerization of enterprise IT’ means how enterprises are dealing with the employee using a number of consumer devices such as smartphones and tablets (and other devices) in the enterprise. BYOD has helped create great new software and services that enable the employee and the company to get what each wants: a simple and easy way to manage consumer and enterprise utilization.

This report evaluates the challenges, opportunities, and market outlook for BYOD in enterprise. The report assesses company solutions and includes a SWOT analysis for major provider solutions. The report also includes forecasts for BYOD through 2018.

Report Benefits:

  • BYOD case study analysis
  • BYOD statistics and trends
  • BYOD adoption forecasts 2013 – 2018
  • SWOT analysis for leading companies
  • Recognize the relationship of cloud to BYOD
  • Identify the challenges of BYOD in enterprise
  • Understand the MNOS role in next generation BYOD
Target Audience:
  • Mobile network operators
  • Mobile network infrastructure providers
  • Mobile Device Management (MDM) companies
  • Mobile personalization and entertainment companies
  • Enterprise mobility management across all industry verticals


General Methodology

Mind Commerce Publishing's research methodology encompasses input from a wide variety of sources.

We rely heavily upon our Subject Matter Experts (SME) in terms of their market knowledge, unique perspective, and vision. We utilize SME industry contacts as well as previous customers and participants in our market surveys and interactive interviews.

In addition, we rely upon our extensive internal database, which contains modeling, qualitative analysis, and quantitative data. We review secondary sources and compare to our primary sources to update previous findings (for prior version reports) and/or compile baseline information for technology and market modeling.

We share preliminary models with industry contacts (select previous clients, experts, and thought leaders) to verify the veracity of initial modeling. Prior to final report production (analysis, findings, and conclusions), we engage in an internal review with internal SMEs as well as cross-expertise, senior staff members to challenge results.

We believe that forecasts should be prepared as part of an integrated process which involves both quantitative as well as qualitative factors. We follow the following 3-step process for forecasting.

Forecasting Methodology

Step 1 - Forecasts Input: The inputs for the present and historical revenues are derived from industry players. Financial and other quantitative data for individual sub-market categories are derived from original research and tested with interviews with major industry constituents.

Step 2 - Forecasting of Future Years: Mind Commerce extends forecasts based on a variety of factors including demand drivers as well as supply side data. Key success factors and assumptions are considered.

Step 3 - Validation of Data: The final step is to validate projections, which is accomplished in consultation with both internal and external industry experts, including both topic and regional experts. Adjustments are made to the forecasts based on factors identified throughout this process.


1.0 Executive Summary
2.0 Introduction
2.1 Why Support Byod?
2.2 How Did Byod Become An Issue?
2.3 Byod Adoption
2.4 Byod Challenges
3.0 It “consumerization” And Byod Trends
3.1 Higher Penetration Of Mobile Devices And End-user Expectations
3.2 Worker Mobility
3.3 Flexibility In The Work Environment
3.4 Availability And Performance Of Mobile Device
3.5 Productivity
3.6 Security
3.7 Less Expense
3.8 Policy Management
3.9 Employee Empowerment
3.10 Operating System
3.11 Mandating Byod
3.12 Device Management
3.13 Modernizing Legacy Applications
3.14 Virtual Working Environment
3.15 Wearable Technology
4.0 Enterprise Byod Overview
4.1 Why Byod For Enterprise Mobility
4.2 Byod Obstacles
4.2.1 Reduce Employee’s Productivity
4.2.2 Licensing
4.3 Cost Risks
5.0 Byod For Smbs & Large Enterprises
5.1 7 Steps For Implementing Byod In Smbs
5.1.1 Other Steps
6.0 Enterprise Byod Challenges
6.1 Policy Vs. Regulatory
6.1.1 Define What Should Be Allowed And What Should Not
6.1.2 Set Clear And Written Policies
6.1.3 Determine Whose Data Is
6.1.4 Who Owns The Hardware
6.2 Security Vs. Infrastructure
6.3 Cost Vs. Revenue
6.4 Some Working Culture Related Challenges
7.0 Byod And Cloud
7.1 Byod Case Study In Cloud
7.1.1 Domino’s Pizza
7.1.2 London Airport
8.0 Byod Applications In Sectors
8.1 Travel Agency
8.2 Government Agency
8.3 Workplace Environment: Acmea Case
9.0 Coit, Mobile Devices In Workplace, And Mdm Policy
9.1 Mdm Trend 2013 To Beyond
9.1.1 Percentage Of Businesses Considering Personal Devices In Workplace
9.1.2 What 100% Business Believes Over Mobile Workforce
9.1.3 Workplace Mobility Trend Of Professionals 2013 - 2015
9.1.4 Employee Ration Of Using Personal Devices 2013-2015
9.1.5 What Employee Thinks Over Using Personal Devices For Work
9.1.6 Companies On Mobile Workforce Adoption 2013-2015
9.1.7 Company Concern Over Allowing Personal Devices In Workplace
9.1.8 Mobile Workforce Adoption Scenario
9.1.9 Personal Mobile Devices In Today’s Workplace
9.1.10 Mobile Malware Threat & Mobile Workforce Dilemma
9.1.11 How Companies Manage Mobility With Solid Strategy
10.0 Byod Market Prediction
10.1 Internet Devices 2013-2018
10.2 Byod Devices 2013 – 2018
10.3 Byod Devices Percentage By Ios Vs. Android Vs. Others
10.3.1 Why Apple Is Still Number One
10.4 Byod Devices Percentage By Mobile Vs. Tablet
10.5 Enterprise Byod Adoption Trend 2013 – 2018
11.0 Next Generation Byod Service And Application Trend
11.1 Integrated Strategic Approach: Cobit 5 Framework
12.0 Byod Vendor Analysis
12.1 Hp
12.1.1 Swot Analysis
12.2 Dell
12.2.1 Mobile Access Solution Set
12.2.2 Cloud Experience Solution Set
12.2.3 Network Optimization Solution Set
12.2.4 Application Modernization And Development Solution Set
12.2.5 Swot Analysis
12.3 Huawei Enterprise Byod Solution
12.3.1 Swot Analysis
12.4 Rucks And Aerohive
12.4.1 Swot Analysis
12.5 Aruba
12.5.1 Swot Analysis
12.6 Cisco
12.6.1 Swot Analysis
12.7 Citrix
12.7.1 Swot Analysis
12.8 Enterasys: Mobile Identity Access Management
12.8.1 Swot Analysis
13.0 Next Generation Ott Vendor Analysis
13.1 Armor5
13.1.1 Company Description
13.1.2 Cloud Based Solution
13.1.3 Zero Touch Deployment Model
13.1.4 Best Security: Reduce Attack Surface
13.1.5 Swot Analysis
13.2 Domo
13.2.1 Company Description
13.2.2 Business Intelligence (Bi) Vs. Big Data & Analytics
13.2.3 Bi Dashboard And Executive Management Platform
13.2.4 Swot Analysis
13.3 Divide By Enterproid
13.3.1 Company Description
13.3.2 Divide Platform
13.3.3 Virtualization & Device Management
13.3.4 Work-life Balance & Divide Platform
13.3.5 Swot Analysis
13.4 Mobilespaces
13.4.1 Company Description
13.4.2 Enterprise App Sore, Employee Privacy And Byod Solution
13.4.3 Swot Analysis
13.5 Mocana
13.5.1 Company Description
13.5.2 Solution Approach
13.5.3 Product & Service Paradigm
13.5.4 Industry Service Horizon
13.5.5 Solution Framework
13.5.6 Mobile App Protection & Byod
13.5.7 App Wrapping Solution And Mocana Partnership With Apperian
13.5.8 Swot Analysis For Map
13.6 Apperian
13.6.1 Company Description
13.6.2 Mam Platform And Ease
13.6.3 Swot Analysis
13.7 Roambi
13.7.1 Company Description
13.7.2 Roambi Flow
14.0 Mobile Device Management Suits
15.0 Byod Solution Features
16.0 Mnos Role In Next Generation Byod Trend
17.0 Location Impact And Solution For Enterprise Byod
17.1 Locaid: Full Scale Enterprise Location Solution
18.0 Byod Case Analysis
18.1 Microsoft Azure Active Directory Case
18.1.1 Benefits Achieved By Companies
18.2 Ibm
19.0 Byod Failure Case And Lessons
19.1 Digid
20.0 Conclusions And Recommendations
List of Figures
Figure 1: BYOD Access to Company Resources
Figure 2: Critical BYOD Solution Features
Figure 3: Driving Factors for BYOD 2013-2018
Figure 4: Driving Forces for Enterprize Mobility Adoption
Figure 5: BYOD Opportunities Allocation 2013 - 2017
Figure 6: Activity Cycle of Enterprise Mobility
Figure 7: Deployment Challenges of Enterprise Mobility
Figure 8: Steps for Implementing BYOD in SMB
Figure 9: Percent of Employees using BYOD Devices
Figure 10: Obstacles for BYOD Adoption
Figure 11: Security Issues and their Impact on BYOD Decision Making
Figure 12: Decision Making Factors for Cloud BYOD Adoption
Figure 13: BYOD Application (%) available via cloud
Figure 14: Growth Predictions for Governemnt Agencies using BYOD 2013 - 2018
Figure 15: Percentage of Workers Denied Work from Home
Figure 16: Percentage of Businesses Considering Personal Devices
Figure 17: Professionals with at Least Two Devices at Work 2013 – 2015
Figure 18: Percentage of Company Employee using Personal Devices 2013-2015
Figure 19: Percentage of Employee Right to Break Company Rules
Figure 20: Percentage of Companies allow Devices vs. MDM Policy Adoption
Figure 21: Percentage Company Considers Data security vs. Cost
Figure 22: Scenario of Companies who Allowed Personal Devices in Workplace
Figure 23: Percentage of Personal Mobile Devices in Today’s Workplace
Figure 24: % of Companies Managing Mobility in Different Ways
Figure 25: Global Internet Devices (%) 2013-2018
Figure 26: Incremental Device Usage (%)
Figure 27 : Number of BYOD Devices
Figure 28: Percentage of OS used in BYOD Environment
Figure 29: BYOD Percent by Mobile vs. Tablet 2013 – 2018
Figure 30: Enterprise Trend (%) for BYOD Adoption 2013-2018
Figure 31 : Strategic Consideration of BYOD Organization
Figure 32: Main Vendors for BYOD solutions
Figure 33: IMC BYOD Solution of HP
Figure 34: SWOT Analysis for Dell BYOD Solution
Figure 35: Different Phase for BYOD
Figure 36: Huwei BYOD Solution Component
Figure 37: Secure and Productive BYOD for the Enterprise from Aerohive
Figure 38: Main Components for BYOD Solutions
Figure 39: Cisco BYOD solution framework
Figure 40: Cisco BYOD Device Projection 2013-2017
Figure 41: Zero Touch Model
Figure 42: CloudSpace Architecture
Figure 43: Web Virtualization Engine (WVE) Architecture
Figure 44: Interactive Dashboard for Enterprise
Figure 45: Cross-Platform view of BI Dashboard
Figure 46: Divide Screenshot
Figure 47: Work-life Separation Interface of Divide
Figure 48: Native Apps Screenshot on Smartphone
Figure 49: Product & Service Screenshot
Figure 50: Industry Coverage Screenshot
Figure 51: Mocana Solution Framework
Figure 52: MAP Framework
Figure 53: EASE Admin Portal
Figure 54: Roambi Flow Screenshot
List of Tables
Table 1: SWOT Analysis for Huwei BYOD Solution
Table 2: SWOT Analysis for Aerohive BYOD Solution
Table 3: SWOT Analysis for Aruba BYOD Solution
Table 4: SWOT Analysis for Citrix BYOD Solution
Table 5: SWOT Analysis for Enterasys BYOD Solution
Table 6: Comparative MDM Vendor Analysis
Table 7: Questions to ask before BYOD solution selection
Table 8: Three Year Cost vs. Saving of Transactiv with Windows Azure
Table 9: Success Story of IBM using BYOD

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