Survey Employees To Target Mobility Improvements
April 25, 2012
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This report outlines the benchmarks of Forrester's solution for security and risk (S&R) executives working on mobile security and operations initiatives. This report provides a benchmark of budgets, spending intentions, technology adoption, and key trends in mobility to help IT professionals in S&R and infrastructure and operations (I&O) make necessary adjustments to their strategy and projects. "How do our mobile security and operations capabilities stack up against our peers? How do our support policies for personally owned devices stack up against our peers?" These are just some of the questions IT professionals ask when they want to understand how the strategic direction of their mobile security and operations program compares with that of their peers and the industry as a whole.
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Table of Contents
- Advances In Mobility Require Constant Adjustments To IT Planning
- IT Must Keep Up With End User Demand To Support Personal Devices
- IT Pros Invest In Multiple Key Areas To Address Mobile Complexity
- Budgeting And Spending Reflect The Rising Importance Of Mobile Apps
- IT Pros Must Always Stay Abreast Of Advancements In Mobile Hardware
WHAT IT MEANS
- Use The Benchmark To Target Improvements And Source New Ideas
- Supplemental Material
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