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Sybase Survey Finds Employees Willing to Give up Free Coffee, Paid Parking, and Even a Vacation Day, for Choice of Mobile Device and Access to Apps in the Workplace

DUBLIN, Calif. July 27, 2011

The survey of more than 500 workers in the US and UK is a call to action for IT departments to be more agile and adaptive to mobile app deployment in the enterprise. This enterprise transformation requires a careful reexamination and rapid execution of mobile solution strategies to quickly and securely meet the exponentially growing employee demand.  In this critical inflection point, the survey also reveals that while security concerns highly resonate with both employee and employer, the need to host discussions about enterprise mobility solutions spanning multiple devices and platforms is imminent.

Dan Ortega

Embracing Mobile in the Workplace

  • Freedom of Choice
  • Apps are the Future
  • An App Store Just For Work
  • What They Could Live Without

Not Enough: Support and Security Concerns Curbing Usage

  • No Support From Upstairs
  • Behind the Curve
  • Further Security Risks From Employees Afaria

(Sybase Survey Finds Mobile Enterprise Apps Poised To Take Off In 2011)

"This latest survey is a wake-up call for enterprises to broaden and accelerate their enterprise mobility strategies," continued Ortega.  "Employees are beginning to have a much greater understanding of mobility, resulting in greater expectations from IT. We’re seeing more demand for mobile-focused methods of productivity, such as being able to use a variety of devices in the workplace, or being able to gain access to corporate applications through an app store environment."

For graphical representation of the survey findings, please download the PDF .

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January 12, 2011

SOURCE Sybase, Inc., an SAP company

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