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Enterprise Mobility Management Services for Smartphones and Media Tablets

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Smartphone and media tablet use in the enterprise is growing at a breakneck pace. Growth is driven not only by increased business acquisition, but also by employees who have purchased a smartphone or media tablet and seek to connect it to the corporate network. In this environment, enterprise-grade mobility management services are needed to remotely configure device features, provision apps and services, monitor and control devices use across networks and applications, secure device features, apps, and connections, and address all these requirements across several device OS platforms while also controlling total mobile services costs. This report examines the complex set of technical, market, and supply side factors driving the market and provides analysis for both current conditions and factors driving market evolution. The supplier market is examined in depth across seven different supplier segments and by individual company. Holistic qualitative analysis is supported by extensive quantitative analysis for enterprise mobility management subscribers segmented by delivery channel, size of business, device type, platform type, and for corporate liable and individual liable employees. Separate forecasts are provided for telecom expense management subscribers and revenues.

Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Drivers
    • 1.2. Forecasts
  • 2. MARKET ISSUES
    • 2.1. Enterprise Mobility Management
    • 2.2. TEM
    • 2.3. MDM
    • 2.4. Mobile App Platforms
    • 2.5. Content Management
    • 2.6. Mobility and Device Management Drivers
    • 2.7. Smartphone and Tablet Device Penetration
    • 2.8. Apple and Android Penetration
    • 2.9. Supplier and Services Expansion
    • 2.10. Cloud Services
    • 2.11. Mobility Strategic to Business
    • 2.12. Device and Platform Expansion
    • 2.13. Security
    • 2.14. Corporate Liable and Individual Liable Growth
    • 2.15. Data Services and Costs
    • 2.16. Applications
    • 2.17. Regulations
    • 2.18. Credentials Management in an Expanding Device Environment
    • 2.19. Exchange Active Sync
    • 2.20. Mobility and Device Management Services Needs
    • 2.21. Self-employed and SMB
    • 2.22. Large Business
    • 2.23. Vertical Industry Drivers
  • 3. TECHNOLOGY ISSUES
    • 3.1. Mobile and Device Management Service Features
    • 3.2. Common MDM Features
    • 3.3. New MDM Features
    • 3.4. Other Services
    • 3.5. Exchange ActiveSync
    • 3.6. Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol
    • 3.7. Open Mobile Alliance-device Management
  • 4. KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS
    • 4.1. Mobility and Device Management Ecosystem
    • 4.2. MDM Platform Vendors
    • 4.3. Fiberlink
    • 4.4. Tangoe
    • 4.5. AirWatch
    • 4.6. MobileIron
    • 4.7. BoxTone
    • 4.8. Odyssey Software Inc
    • 4.9. Zenprise
    • 4.10. Sybase Inc
    • 4.11. Smith Micro Software Inc
    • 4.12. Excitor
    • 4.13. SOTI Inc
    • 4.14. Mformation Technologies Inc
    • 4.15. Sicap
    • 4.16. Good Technology Inc
    • 4.17. TEM Providers
    • 4.18. Amtel Corporation
    • 4.19. Emptoris Rivermine
    • 4.20. MTS
    • 4.21. Quickcomm
    • 4.22. Visage Mobile
    • 4.23. Zendesk
    • 4.24. Content Management Vendors
    • 4.25. LogMeIn Inc
    • 4.26. Dropbox
    • 4.27. SugarSync Inc
    • 4.28. TappIn (Formerly HomePipe)
    • 4.29. Perlego Systems Inc
    • 4.30. iCloud
    • 4.31. Impact of Content Management Solutions for Mobility and Device Management Market
    • 4.32. Enterprise ICT Vendors
    • 4.33. IBM
    • 4.34. HP
    • 4.35. Motorola Solutions Inc
    • 4.36. Microsoft SCCM 2012
    • 4.37. Security Vendors
    • 4.38. Juniper
    • 4.39. Symantec Corporation
    • 4.40. McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management
    • 4.41. MDM Service or a Security Service?
    • 4.42. Device OEMs/OS Suppliers
    • 4.43. RIM and Ubitexx
    • 4.44. Apple
    • 4.45. Google/Android
    • 4.46. Will Apple and Android Create Their Own MDM Service?
    • 4.47. Apple/Android MDM Service - Implications for the Market
    • 4.48. Mobile Application Platform Vendors
    • 4.49. Other Vendors
    • 4.50. iPass Inc
    • 4.51. Virtela
    • 4.52. T-Systems International GmbH
    • 4.53. Vendor Trends and Strategic Activities
  • 5. MARKET FORECASTS
    • 5.1. Forecast Segmentation and Definitions
    • 5.2. Methodology
    • 5.3. MDM Subscribers by Platform
    • 5.4. MDM Subscribers by CL and IL
    • 5.5. MDM Subscribers by Device Type
    • 5.6. MDM Subscribers by Size of Business
    • 5.7. MDM Subscribers by Channel
    • 5.8. How and Why Will the Market Consolidate?
    • 5.9. Vendor Drivers for Greater Share of Mobility and Device Management Market
    • 5.10. Operators
    • 5.11. Enterprise ICT Vendors
    • 5.12. Device OEMs/OS Suppliers
    • 5.13. Other Vendors - Market Expansion
    • 5.14. MDM Revenues
    • 5.15. TEM Subscribers and Revenue
  • 6. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 7. ACRONYMS
    • 7.1. Scope of Study
    • 7.2. Sources and Methodology
    • 7.3. Notes

Charts

  1. Mobile Device Management Services Subscribers, World Market, Forecast: 2010 to 2016

Figures

  1. Motorola Services Assets for Devices and Networks
  2. MDM Feature Matrix Cross Mapped to Worker Productivity and Security Needs