The Customer Spotlight features an overview of Mercy Healthcare's implementation of Airwatch mobile device management (MDM) from VMware.
The rapid expansion of enterprise mobility has ushered in a transformational form of "on-demand"
computing but has also tasked organizations and IT departments with a growing and complex set of
associated challenges. This Analyst Connections answers questions related to these challenges.
This InfoBrief highlights findings from an IDC Business Value Study about Mobile Intelligence by QuintilesIMS.
This white paper describes the value of deploying secure ruggedized mobile devices in retail enterprises.
Digital transformation (DX) is the driving force behind new initiatives in financial services worldwide. However, a recent IDC survey found that fewer than 5% of institutions have started or completed a
digital transformation strategy. One of the 3rd Platform technologies that form the basis of DX is mobility. This Market Spotlight explores the issues of mobility in financial services in the larger DX context.
This white paper highlights survey findings regarding customer sentiment around mobile banking. It also discusses the constant battle of balancing act between meeting the customer's expectations and securing self-service solutions.
This blog post discusses the need for a managed print and document services strategy.
An "IDC Innovators" document recognizes emerging vendors chosen by an IDC analyst because they offer an innovative new technology or a groundbreaking business model, or both, and were approved by the IDC Innovators Review Panel.
IDC interviewed five public sector organizations using Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) to understand how it helps them serve their employees and constituents more effectively and efficiently.
This Analyst Connetion discusses some of the key concerns around security in the age of an increasingly mobile and connected digital world.
This IDC Technology Spotlight examines the impact of the mobile computing landscape on today's workforce.
Many organizations understand the value of optimizing its print and document infrastructure in order to achieve greater efficiencies and cost savings, increase security and better meet your regulatory/compliance and environmental/sustainability objectives. This iView discusses the current trends and steps to discuss with your print and document mangement provider.
As companies increasingly look to transform their businesses with mobility, they need to consider the core management and security infrastructure that will enable these services. This Technology Spotlight examines the important role played by enterprise mobility management (EMM) technology in managing the security challenge posed by the combination of mobile devices and cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps.
This video highlights the drivers and growth for client virtualization in supporting digital trasformation and the trend toward more devices, applications, and operating environments entering todays organizations.
The 3rd Platform is causing businesses to rethink their entire IT infrastructure as a result of the steep growth in worldwide numbers of Internet of Things (IoT) systems and mobile devices with which end users drive increased data analytics and transactions on back-end systems.
IDC conducted a global survey of 100 director-level and above executives from IT and lines of business in US hospitals with 500 or more employees. This was backed up by 12 in-depth interviews with line of business and IT executives from companies with a high level of information mobility.
The goals: understand the business benefits of information mobility and the current state of information mobility across hospitals; learn what sets the most information-mobility mature hospitals apart from other hospitals.
Mobility and IoT (Internet of things) will continue to drive growth and innovation across all industries
that depend on IT resources. The need for remote support of those devices that drive mobility and the
IoT within both the enterprise and the small and medium-sized business workplace is greater than it
has ever been.
Mobile devices have brought advancements to virtually all aspects of modern life and have had transformative effects on businesses spanning all industries. However, the positive business effects that can be brought about by mobility and "going digital" are not enjoyed as frequently within small and midsize businesses (SMBs) as they are within larger organizations.
Manufacturers are increasingly turning to technology to support the demand for better customer engagement. The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected products holds promise for delivering enhanced, value-added customer services. However, today, many manufacturers must find ways to offer services for products that aren't yet "connected."
Using the IDC MarketScape model, IDC compared 19 organizations that provide mobile application development and testing (mADT) services with organizations with 1,000+ employees. IDC learned that the providers all possess deep capabilities to serve a variety of client needs for mobile application development and testing.
Buyers certainly face complex choices in selecting a vendor with which to partner. However, despite these complexities in vendor selection, buyers purchasing MSS have plenty of options.