IBM Mobile Enterprise Services
for managed mobility

Manage smartphones, tablets and ruggedized devices
across your global enterprise

A Forrester Total Economic Impact™ Study Prepared for IBM Managed Mobility

In November 2012, IBM commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the economic impact and potential ROI enterprises may realize by engaging mobile enterprise services with IBM to manage a “Bring Your Own Device'' program.
See the results presented in this study.

The flexible workplace: Unlocking value in the “Bring Your Own Device” era

IBM One way or another, BYOD will still step into the enterprise. So you will need to find the right balance between giving employees the flexibility to use their own device for work and the potential security risks and costs of embracing BYOD.

As your employees bring their own smartphones and tablets to the workplace, you need to create a flexible mobile environment that supports employee choice, enables secure access to enterprise data and applications, and allows personally owned devices to co-exist in the infrastructure with corporate-issued and special-purpose wireless devices.

IBM Mobile Enterprise Services for managed mobility is designed to help reduce the complexity, risk and higher costs that come with a proliferation of mobile platforms. Our robust solution provides lifecycle services and advanced mobile device management for Apple iPhones and iPads, Google Android smartphones and tablets, BlackBerry smartphones and Playbook tablets, as well as many Windows Mobile-based ruggedized devices. We help you improve control with over-the-air provisioning and updates, enterprise-strength security and governance policies. A simplified subscription-based pricing model is built around devices, usage and service options for greater predictability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.

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