Mobilizing Companies in Asia-Pacific:
Tim Dillon Looks into the Enterprise Mind
Sterling, VA, USA, June 3, 2013 – Current Analysis, the market leader in continuous, tactical competitive intelligence for the telecommunications and information technology markets, announced today an analyst view into the key areas of discussion and important takeaways from the Enterprise Mobility Exchange held in Singapore in April. As a Chair and Advisory Analyst for the two-day inaugural event, Tim Dillon, Research Director for Asia-Pacific at Current Analysis, provides his insights for all IT managers struggling with the challenges of mobility.
“Asia-Pacific enterprises are no different than their global cousins; many of the issues confronting Asia-Pacific companies are similar to those being addressed by others elsewhere. Issues around BYOD, consumerisation of IT, the true business case for mobility,” commented Mr. Dillon. “What does make Asia-Pacific different as a region is the exhilarating growth in smart device activations, the ridiculously huge size of the market and the relatively young population base under 30 in many countries throughout the region. These factors push Asia-Pacific to the front of the mad rush to embrace mobility around the globe.”
Mr. Dillon addresses the key findings surrounding mobility in Asia-Pacific enterprises, including:
- IT does not always ‘own’ mobility
- Mobility is not about mobility… it’s about the business
- BYOD and CoIT
- Apps, not security, the biggest challenge
- Hybrid apps rule
- Security is still a big issue
Click here to read the rest of Mr. Dillon’s insights and analysis.
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