Benchmarking Your Enterprise Mobile Device Operations Initiatives And Plans
October 10, 2012
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This report provides insight into corporate mobility adoption trends based on results from Forrester's Forrsights surveys of IT mobility decision-makers and end user workers in North American and European enterprises. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) and security and risk (S&R) executives should evaluate their mobility strategy, operational, and security initiatives and adjust their activities accordingly. Key questions to consider include: How do your IT mobility activities and operations capabilities compare with other enterprises? Is your firm developing and documenting a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program to support employee-owned mobile devices? I&O and S&R professionals must address these key issues as they develop and refine the strategic direction and road map of activities to support the use of mobile technology by their workforce.
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Table of Contents
- Mobility Momentum Keeps I&O And S&R Pros On Their Toes
- Meet Your Stakeholders And Their Conflicting Mobility Requirements
- Make Business And Technology Adjustments To Stay Ahead Of Demand
- Prepare To Support A Complex Mobile Environment
- Supplemental Material
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