Mobility Outlook 2014

By  Chris Marsh, Principal Analyst, Yankee Group Enterprise Research
— November 04, 2013

Next year, more companies will make strides to affect mobility as a strategic business driver, and in the process, start documenting the Return on Mobility (RoM)-- a measurable ROI. Enterprise-grade tools will provide agility, scalability and flexibility to enable strategy and take mobile to a new level.

This annual report done in conjunction with Yankee Group, a division of 451 Group will take a forward look. What other trends should the enterprise prepare for?

Topics include:

  • Continued Consumerization of IT
  • Architecture Obstacle
  • Moving Beyond Opportunity
  • The Shift in Mobility
  • New Architectures, Metrics and Strategies

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