As we discussed in the previous blog, 2019 was an impressive and significant year for Enterprise Mobility with organisations adopting Mobile Strategies like never before and with device capability and selection being at never before seen levels.
Some have even gone as far to suggest that it was the year that Enterprise Mobility came of age, and in truth it’s hard to argue with this theory when you look at the number of organisations adopting Enterprise mobility strategies and investing in mobile devices. We’ve seen numerous reports of industries such as the Pharmaceutical industry stockpiling mobile devices and companies such as BA testing iPads for their Cabin Crew and Pilots.
So what for 2019 then? Simply more of the same?
Well, it seems to me that, there will obviously be more of the same but more excitingly, there will also be the natural evolutions of organisations strategy: from devices to Apps and device management.
Certainly many organisations will look towards Enterprise Mobility for the first time in 2012, but a great many who have already dipped into the mobile entity will be looking to further develop their strategies. This is likely to mean a greater emphasis on security which will lead to MDM (Mobile Device Management) becoming increasingly important, especially as organisations look to roll out a greater number of users and processes.
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