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IDG Enterprise Mobility Research 2011 Excerpt

IDG Enterprise Mobility Research 2011 Excerpt

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IDG Enterprise’s 2011 Enterprise Mobility Solutions Survey explores how organizations are investing in mobile technology – now and in the future – as well as the important challenges or barriers to implementing mobile solutions, and factors used to evaluate mobile technologies. It also looks at how IT is addressing management and support of mobile devices and platforms, and how the proliferation of mobile technologies is effecting organizations on a company-wide scale, and within the IT organization.
IDG Enterprise’s 2011 Enterprise Mobility Solutions Survey explores how organizations are investing in mobile technology – now and in the future – as well as the important challenges or barriers to implementing mobile solutions, and factors used to evaluate mobile technologies. It also looks at how IT is addressing management and support of mobile devices and platforms, and how the proliferation of mobile technologies is effecting organizations on a company-wide scale, and within the IT organization.

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MOBILITY
Research conducted across the IDG Enterprise brands: CIO, CSO,Computerworld, InfoWorld, ITworld & Network World
2011 Enterprise Mobility Solutions
 
 M O I   I   T  Y 
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METHODOLOGY
RESULTS
DEMOGRAPHICS
CONCLUSION
Purpose & Methodology
Purpose
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The survey was designed to explore how organizations are investing in mobile technology
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 now and in the future
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as well as the important challenges or barriers to implementingmobile solutions, and factors used to evaluate mobile technologies. It also looked at how ITis addressing management and support of mobile devices and platforms, and how theproliferation of mobile technologies is effecting organizations on a company-wide scale, andwithin the IT organization,.
Methodology
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The survey was conducted across IDG Enterprise brand (CIO, Computerworld, CSO,InfoWorld, ITworld and Network World) via pop-ups on sites, through newsletters and emailinvitations, and the Computerworld Inner Circle and the Network World Technology OpinionPanels.
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All survey respondents are involved in the purchase of mobile products and services at theirorganization.
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Survey fielded from August 27
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October 5, 2010
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Total Respondents: 1,238
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Margin of error: +/- 2.8 percentage points
Source: 2011 IDG Enterprise Mobility Research, October 2010
 
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METHODOLOGY
RESULTS
DEMOGRAPHICS
CONCLUSION
 
 M O I   I   T  Y 
Productivity and Customer Support are Top Drivers
42%67%70%71%79%84%86%87%Improving supply chain managementExpanding revenue opportunitiesLowering operating costsImproving accuracy of data collected in the fieldGaining a competitive/information edgeNeed for real-time informationImproving customer support or servicesGaining productivity advantages
Source: 2011 CIO Mobility Survey, October 2010
Q.
How important are the following as business drivers of investments in mobile technology?
Note: Responses based on moderate or high investment priority.

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