Enterprise Mobility Management Services for Wearables
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is becoming more and more vital for supporting enterprise wearable solutions. These devices have access to a large amount of company and client information, which could be fatal to a company’s reputation should it reach the wrong hands. EMM’s help to secure a wide range of different devices, including wearables, offering features such as two-factor authentication, data encryption, and remote control of a device, whereby the IT team can take control of the device and either remotely lock or remotely wipe it. All of this is to ensure that any data that is on the device is kept secure.
This report examines EMM solutions for wearables. It covers how EMM works, how EMM for wearables differs from other devices (such as smartphones), what needs to be done to improve EMM, and key market players. Forecasts include Wearable Device Shipments by End-User Channel, Enterprise Wearable Device Shipments by Device Type, Enterprise Wearable Device Shipments by Industry Vertical, and Enterprise Wearable Device Revenue by Device Type.
Table of Contents
- 1. WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE ENTERPRISE
- 1.1. Enterprise Mobility Management
- 1.2. Wearable Enterprise Mobility Management
- 1.3. Challenges with Wearables in the Enterprise
- 1.4. How to Improve Wearable Enterprise Mobility Management
- 2. KEY FORECASTS AND FINDINGS
- 2.1. Methodology
- 2.2. Key Forecast Findings
- 3. KEY ENTERPRISE MOBILITY MANAGEMENT PLAYERS
- 3.1. 42Gears
- 3.2. Augmate
- 3.3. BlackBerry
- 3.4. Hipaax
- 3.5. Kony
- 3.6. Salesforce
- 3.7. Samsung
- 3.8. SOTI.
- 3.9. TBS Enterprise Mobility
- 3.10. Upskill
- 3.11. VMware