Mobility Outlook 2013

Posted on: 2012-11-14

Mobility Outlook 2013

By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

  • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
  • Acceptance of Consumerization
  • The Mobile App Gold Rush
  • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value
  • Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

    Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

    Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

    Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

    Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

    Mobility Outlook 2013

    By  Chris Marsh, Yankee Group
    New devices are being released faster than IT and even consumers can keep up, and 39% of the U.S. workforce is now operating mobile for a significant portion of their time. But what else about mobility in the enterprise has changed in 2012? What are business leaders predicting for 2013?

    This report will showcase results of the third annual exclusive and forward-looking research  from Mobile Enterprise Magazine and Yankee Group. Rich Karpinski, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group, reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future including:

    • BYOx Becomes Mainstream
    • Acceptance of Consumerization
    • The Mobile App Gold Rush
    • Moving Ahead to Strategic Value

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