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Almost half (45 percent) of Indian organizations are concerned about the security and privacy of their enterprise mobility initiatives, the second highest figure in the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region after China, according to a new global study, TechInsights Report: Enterprise Mobility–It’s All About the Apps, from Vanson Bourne that was commissioned by CA Technologies.
The study surveyed 1,300 senior IT leaders worldwide and shows that 43 percent of Indian companies are deploying mobile initiatives to increase the security of mobile access to data and applications.
Despite these concerns, Indian organizations are advancing faster than every country in APJ apart from China in their adoption of a single, company-wide mobility strategy. Nearly all (85 percent) of respondents either have a strategy already or plan to do so within 12 months. This compares with 95 percent in China, 60 percent in Singapore and 49 percent in Japan.
Indian organizations that have been successful with their mobility initiatives have experienced anywhere from a 21 to 31 percent improvement in business in the form of increased revenue, faster time-to-market, improved competitive positioning, enhanced customer experience, better employee productivity and lower costs. The country’s 31 percent increase in employee productivity is the highest in the region.