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Posted:  22 Apr 2013
Published:  22 Apr 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  32  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

This research report from Comptia offers advice to organisations on provisioning mobile devices, assesses the benefits of mobile and identifies the challenges of remote working.

The objectives of this research by Comptia, based on a survey of 502 IT and business executives, are: to understand the variables and tradeoffs involved in a company’s decision on provisioning devices , ascertain benefits realised from using mobile/remote work solutions , identify the challenges in supporting and managing mobile/remote work , gauge the need for training and/or standards.

Headline findings:

  • The multi‐faceted mobility ecosystem presents many challenges to IT professionals, who must cede control in several areas to implement mobility solutions.
  • While mobile devices are growing in market share of compute cycles, the overall computing market is also growing.
  • The top drivers for mobility strategies are extremely mobile employees and mobile--‐optimized connections with customers.


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