Why Read This
In 2009, most companies reduced new technology investments in response to the uncertain global economic recession. However, the enterprise mobility picture was more positive as many firms continued to pursue mobility solutions to help them cut costs, improve worker productivity, and enhance business process efficiencies. We predict a more stable economic environment in 2010 and expect mobile network operators to implement programs to drive application development for fourth-generation (4G) and long-term evolution (LTE) networks not only for consumers but also for business. In addition, expect increased vendor and service provider focus on offering machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions to improve business process efficiencies in specific industries (e.g., healthcare, utilities, and the supply chain). More employees will also bring personally selected and purchased mobile devices (e.g., Android smartphones) into the office and use them for work-related mobile applications.
Tags: Cloud Computing, Distribution Channels - ISVs, OEMs, & VARs, Enterprise Mobile Devices, Infrastructure Architectures, IT Infrastructure & Operations, Managed Telecommunications Services, Mobile Broadband, Mobile Professional Productivity, Mobile Services, Mobile Software & Platforms, Remote Work & Telecommuting, Smartphones, Sourcing Strategy & Execution, Telecommunication Services, Wireless Data Services