You don’t have to go caress a crystal ball to know where we are going with the influx of devices that users will now own and use at work. By 2016, more than 200 million personally owned smartphones and tablets would enter the workplace. The ubiquitous iPad is already present in almost 94% of the Fortune 500 companies.
The mobile revolution is on. Mobile devices are launching like never before and, in the very-near-future, there will be more mobile devices per person than the number of desktops or laptops per person. What does that mean for growing businesses?
In one word: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Here are some recent trends that you jolt your head up at and take notice:
The Rise of the mobile makes enterprises the polite, acquiescing bedfellows
One would come to expect a stall in the acceptance rate of the rise of the mobile revolution – an increasing tendency of business users to access, download, use, create, and transfer data through a range of mobile devices.