Enterprise Mobility & Connected Devices Research & Consulting

About Enterprise Mobility & Connected Devices

all VDC Research is the leading analyst firm covering the enterprise mobility marketplace. Since 1995, VDC’s Enterprise Mobility & Connected Devices practice has been supporting our clients  with in-depth and cogent analysis of the most critical trends impacting the opportunity for enterprise mobility solutions.

VDC Research surveys and interacts with thousands of enterprise mobility decision makers and mobile developers every year to deeply understand their application requirements, solution selection criteria, vendor preferences, budgets and much more. Addressing the most relevant trends of this ever-changing market, VDC’s clients are equipped with an arsenal of knowledge coverings issues as far reaching as total cost of ownership and development of business critical mobile solutions, best practices for developing secure mobile applications in highly regulated industries or how to measure and maximize enterprise mobility investment ROI. RO blogs Team

VDC’s Enterprise Mobility coverage includes:

Arrow Mobile Hardware (phones, tablets, notebooks, wearables, and more)
Arrow Mobile Software (MDM/EMM, mobile security, mobile development tools, mobile enterprise application platforms, and more)
Arrow Mobile Managed and Professional Support Services
Arrow Industry and Application Analysis


Recently Published Enterprise Mobility & Connected Devices Reports

2017 Enterprise Mobility Channel Tracker

2017 Enterprise Mobility Channel Tracker

The 2017 VDC Channel Tracker was designed to create a comprehensive of enterprise mobility solution providers. This database includes profiles of leading solution provider profiles identifying key capabilities, contacts, target...
2017 Enterprise Mobility Channel Tracker

MWC Recap: What Was and Wasn’t

MWC Recap: What Was and Wasn’t

VDC recently returned from its annual trek to Barcelona for 2017’s edition of the Mobile World Congress. With over 108,000 attendees – topping the previous year’s record of 101,000 – and 2,300 exhibitors this is the “mobile” industry’s bell-weather event.
MWC Recap: What Was and Wasn’t

Digital Transformation as a Service

Digital Transformation as a Service

Monitoring and managing a global IT network and security infrastructure is no small task; particularly once organizations adopt digital technologies and begin deploying new mobile and analytics applications. However, the technologies and business models...
Digital Transformation as a Service

2017 Enterprise Mobility Predictions

2017 Enterprise Mobility Predictions

The security landscape is in a state of constant change. Chief information officers (CIOs) and chief information security officers (CISOs) must constantly assess the best ways to secure and manage mobile devices and new applications while ensuring their...
2017 Enterprise Mobility Predictions


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