Even though the transition of mobile phones into computers has been a long time coming, the sea change in the past two years is dramatic: Consumer mobile devices are so compelling and offer business users such a powerful medium for learning, transacting, sharing, and presenting that companies are willing to upend the "way we do things around here" to have them.
Becoming a mobile enterprise means new opportunities for your organization. Employees are happier and more productive when they have mobile access to their email, apps and data on tablets and smartphones. Companies running their businesses on mobile workstyle solutions gain competitive advantages and drive top-line growth.
In a recent survey, Aberdeen found that best in class enterprises are three times as likely as all others to tie business workflow
to users' mobile devices.1 Yet, according to nearly every analyst study, security is the primary inhibitor to both enterprise mobility and "bring your own device" (BYOD) programs. CSO Magazine recently reported that 17 percent of enterprises have already experienced a mobile breach.