A truly mobile enterprise cannot be achieved by just expanding deployments or by investing in a new piece of software, but requires a comprehensive program spanning people, processes, and technology. Similarly, data security controls cannot just be applied to devices; they must also be applied to applications, data, network, people, and processes through an integrated security governance program.
When combined with the power of cloud computing and integrated identity management, Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions have the potential to disrupt traditional IT service and application delivery models. This report will detail how EMM vendors are positioning themselves to empower new business models, to allow enterprises to take a different view of IT costs, and to spur more rapid innovation. While the EMM market remains healthy, there has been notable market consolidation, and the field of relevant vendors has narrowed-for longevity, vendors must not only expand their product portfolios, but figure out how to become indispensable partners to their customers.
The report integrates selected findings from VDC's recent enterprise mobility survey of IT decision-makers in both midmarket and enterprise organizations. It contains a detailed market sizing and forecast through 2020, as well as a comprehensive competitive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, and capabilities of leading players in the EMM market. (Full survey data is provided as a separate Excel spreadsheet.)
What questions are addressed?
- Who is winning?
- How large is the EMM market?
- How fast is the EMM market growing?
- Where will EMM vendors pivot to for longevity?
- What are Apple, Google and Microsoft's enterprise intentions?
- How will the EMM market be impacted?
- What is the IoT play?