Complexity of Mobile OSes Discourages BYOD : Ovum
Limitations of the major OS platforms are preventing vendors and enterprises from implementing consistent remote management and data security strategies
What is impeding the adoption of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD)? According to research agency Ovum, it is the mobile operating systems (OSes).
"Businesses moving away from BlackBerry, and the rise of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon is making mobile device management (MDM) one of the hottest markets for enterprise IT," said Ovum in a statement today. "The challenge for CIOs is how to manage and secure data, while exploiting the innovation and productivity benefits that embracing the major smartphone platforms can deliver."
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