Survey finds that concerns about costs, security fuel movement to MaaS 

This is the age of Enterprise Mobility 

At companies of all kinds, business leaders, managers, and employees expect to get work done wherever they are, whenever they want. To enable the mobile enterprise, IT leaders must manage multiple device types securely and economically while giving users a highly responsive and productive experience. 

A new survey from IDG Research found that 76% of companies have a well-defined mobile strategy, adequate tools, expertise, and bandwidth, but 20% reported that they nevertheless face challenges supporting it. The survey covered IT leaders, executives, and line-of-business managers at companies spanning a broad range of industries, ranging from healthcare and manufacturing to technology. The number of mobile users at these companies ranges from 3,000 up to 20,000 or more. 

An important part of the mobile strategy at these companies is bring-your-own-device (BYOD): 56% of the companies have no restrictions on devices, whereas 40% limit BYOD to certain individuals or departments. Only 4% prohibit BYOD. 

To better execute their mobility strategies, many organizations are turning to mobility as a service (MaaS), a bundled offering of mobile devices and managed mobile services from an outside provider.

Download the whitepaper to learn how IT leaders manage multiple device types securely and economically while giving users a highly responsive and productive experience. 

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