Enterprise mobility is finally beginning to emerge in the Asia Pacific. In the early days, enterprises viewed mobility as more of an annoyance than a business driver. This is now beginning to change with help from advancements in technology, solutions and business models in addition to digital disruptors. Mobility has become a key driver for IT and business strategy, propelling itself from the outskirts of organizations to crucial C-level discussions.
In 2015, we saw enterprises moving beyond bring your own device (BYOD) and basic mobile device management (MDM), transitioning to focused, secure delivery of solutions that mobilize their business processes and customer interactions. This has led enterprises to change the focus of their mobile solution initiatives from being reactive (e.g., hosted MDM to mitigate device risk) to proactive, with the top mobility initiatives in the region being mobilizing business processes and expanding mobility beyond smartphones to iOS, Android and Windows 10 tablets.
Join Charles Reed Anderson of IDC and Tim Youm of IBM in this webinar where they will examine the emerging trends in the Asia Pacific enterprise mobility market and show which countries and industries are driving the industry forward, as well as those at risk of falling behind.
Presentation highlights include:
- Upcoming challenges and opportunities that mobility will create for enterprises across the region
- Recommendations on what enterprises will need to ensure successful delivery, management and support of their mobile users and solutions, moving closer to a true mobile-first enterprise that achieves more with less