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The proliferation of IoT technologies and services presents businesses with an opportunity to automate the workplace and increase both employee productivity and workplace efficiencies. Our research looks at all aspects of future enterprise connectivity from hardware to software platforms, applications and devices as well as their impact on worker management, productivity, safety, and IoT enablement. Workplace automation coverage examines convergence trends, workforce management, critical communication technologies, and other enablers aimed at transforming the very nature of how enterprises and their employees operate and accomplish step changes in productivity and efficiency.

Data

Enterprise Mobile Devices

1Q 2017 | MD-EDEV-106 | Updated Semianually

Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are now a necessary tool for nearly all work occupations - from knowledge workers, to field-force workers, and even to many office-bound and low-skill laborers. Employees use them for voice, messaging, and data communications and they are dual-persona devices - used for business and personal reasons. Most employees have purchased these devices themselves, presenting IT administrators with challenges of defining policy for use particularly if accessing corporate networks and data sources. Unfortunately for business decision makers, mobile device capabilities vary not only across device type but also by OS and OEM; further complicating the enterprise ...

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Augmented and Virtual Reality Devices and Enterprise Verticals

1Q 2017 | MD-ARVR-103 | Updated Semiannually

This research contains data on the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) markets. For AR, smart glasses are the primary device type tracked, segmented between binocular (two displays) and monocular (one display) form factors; VR HMDs tracked include tethered, standalone, and mobile-reliant devices. This data includes shipments, install base, device revenues, and value chain revenues for both markets, segmented both by vertical and by region. For AR, verticals include Healthcare, Energy, Manufacturing, Logistics, Education, Media and Entertainment, Government and Military, Retail and Marketing, Transportation, Tourism, Insurance, Sports and Fitness, and Other. For VR, verticals include Education, Gaming, Enterprise, Video, Retail ...

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Enterprise Mobility: North America

4Q 2016 | MD-BMONA-116 | Updated Semianually

This database provides a North America regional view of mobile services adoption and usage for the mobile business customer. Segmentation is provided for customers, ARPUs, and revenues across U.S. public/private sector, U.S. self-employed, and Canada.

Forecasts for six mobile services categories are provided: voice communications, messaging, handset data plans, mobile broadband, B2E applications, and mobile device management.

This data set also provides mobile business customer forecasts by size of business in four categories: SOHO (1 to 4 employees), Small (5 to 99 employees), Medium (100 to 999 employees), and Large (1000+ employees). Furthermore, details are broken into ...

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Enterprise Mobility

4Q 2016 | MD-BMO-116 | Updated Semianually

This database provides a global view of mobile services adoption and usage for the mobile business customer. Segmentation is provided for customers, ARPUs, and revenues across seven world regions: North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa.

Forecasts for six mobile services categories are provided: voice communications, messaging, handset data plans, mobile broadband, B2E applications, and mobile device management.

A separate regional database is also available that further segments North America.

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Insights

Amazon Puts the Internet on Wheels with New Shipping Service for AWS Data

4Q 2016 | IN-4375

Transferring data to the cloud is fairly easy—as long as you do not have a lot of data to move. But when Amazon started AWS, the notion that companies would need to store and potentially transfer exabytes (EB) of data seemed a little out of reach. Today, that is not the case; and Amazon is doing something about it.

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