Mobile device usage is going through the roof, bringing major new challenges for enterprise IT. Here's a look at what tech leaders and executive management must do to deal with the fallout.
Gartner’s prediction for 2014 is that 65% of all phones purchased will be smartphones, increasing to 82% by 2017. It predicts that Android will remain the dominant mobile operating system with a 75% market share, followed by Apple; and then Microsoft, which will have a projected 12% of the market.
Throughout enterprises, smartphones and tablets have become devices of choice for many users. These devices have flourished in an atmosphere of BYOD (bring your own device). In many cases, they are being used for both business and personal applications.
The confluence of business and personal use on a single mobile device has create ...