Beyond BYOD: Sweeping Changes Required To Capture Full Benefits Of Mobility, New CompTIA Study Concludes
Many Parts to Mobile Ecosystem
From an enterprise perspective, the mobile ecosystem – in conjunction with cloud offerings – presents a significant shift. Rather than having tight control over the entire experience, IT architects now must contend with devices that often serve dual purposes and connect to third-party systems. The accompanying chart illustrates this challenge.
This leads to many questions:
- Who is in charge of the physical device?
- Who controls the software on the device (including the OS?)
- Who controls the way the device connects?
- How secure are the backend systems that are accessed through mobile apps?
CompTIA's Second Annual Trends in Enterprise Mobility study is based on an online survey of 502 IT and business executives in the United States during February 2013. The full report is available at no cost to CompTIA members. Visit CompTIA.org or contact email@example.com for details.CompTIA is the voice of the world's information technology (IT) industry. Visit http://www.comptia.org/home.aspx or follow CompTIA at http://www.facebook.com/CompTIA and twitter.com/comptia. SOURCE CompTIA
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