Remembering the CrackBerry: BlackBerry Migration Survey

Two-thirds of CIOs believe end user satisfaction is more important than security.
March 29, 2014

A recent Ponemon Institute survey of 400 IT professionals in financial services found mobility is shifting CIOs to a new model of enterprise IT.

Change in user demographics, risk profiles, security frameworks and user preferences are all drivers of the trends expected to unfold over the next few years.

The study, conducted on behalf of MobileIron, a mobile device management software provider, also zoomed in on the expected changes to BlackBerry usage.

[For more on this topic, see Agility and Preparedness for Change Tops Mobile Strategy Concerns]

Once the crowned jewel of the business executive's arsenal Blackberry's rapid replacement with Android and iPhone highlights the need for agility and "preparedness for change" to maintain an effective mobile strategy.

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