Enterprise Mobility Solutions On The Rise In The Apac Region
Enterprise mobility solutions is increasing with leaps and bounds all around the globe and Asia Pacific region is leading the position in this regard. To narrow it down even more, India and China are the two countries which are in the pivotal position and are speeding up without any stop in the near future. International Data Corporation (IDC) is of the opinion that the mobile market is speeding up and is having a long way ahead. They are also of this opinion that the value is about to reach a value of $2.3 billion by 2017.
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The growth in the region will be spearheaded by India and China, the two countries Forrester has identified as leaders in APAC enterprise mobile software spending in 2014. In a survey of IT decision makers, more than 50 percent of respondents told the market researcher they planned to increase their spending on mobile software this year.
Forrester attributes the booming growth to a young – and increasingly online – population. India’s online population is overwhelming led by the younger generation. A remarkable 75 percent of the country’s online users are aged 15 to 34, according to ComScore.
The APAC market is also maturing, as more companies seek to provide local data centers for the region. China has led the way in data center spending, accounting for 30 percent of usable white space, according to DatacenterDynamics Intelligence. In total, the region consists of more than five million usable square meters of white space, according to the same report, a number which grew 7 percent last year.
The enterprise mobility market is maturing, yet most organizations are still catching up to the advanced consumer market that has given APAC the title of the most mobilized region in the world. According to an IDC survey, 50 percent of APAC organizations are still stuck in initial stages of mobility. And much like other regions, mobility is the number one technology issue the region’s businesses will face going forward.