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IT teams that have not deployed enterprise mobility management either have no data protect or are living in denial, observes Michael Finneran, president and mobile analyst with dBrn Associates.
The move to mobility has created challenges for companies in providing secure access to enterprise and third-party applications using Web and native application architectures.
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Many enterprises are forging ahead with mobility programs, and some are beginning to deploy Internet of Things devices and platforms. These efforts require middleware software, a market that Ovum expects to top $16 billion next year.
Asia-Pacific firms are considering deploying the Internet of Things solutions next year in order to drive business transformation, deliver competitive advance and improve the customer experience, predicts market research firm IDC.
The flood of data that will be generated by Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the enterprise poses data security and privacy risks, warns Mark O'Neill, vice president of innovation at Axway, a provider of software and services to manage enterprise data flow.
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Enterprises are becoming more interested in mobile analytics services, judges Kathryn Weldon, principal analyst for enterprise mobility at Current Analysis.
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