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Enterprise mobility being the New Black is shifting CIOs to new model of IT

Mobile Iron

Pervasive consumer acceptance of mobile technology has triggered fundamental changes within financial services organizations. A fresh MobileIron study conducted by Ponemon Institute demonstrates the fact that mobility from its quarter has introduced disruptive business and employee demands that are causing CIOs to shift to a new model of enterprise IT.


The study, entitled “The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services,” was released today and surveyed over 400 IT professionals in the financial services industry about the future of BlackBerry, mobile apps, BYOD, mobile strategy, and the new-fangled IT capabilities that are quintessential in order to succeed with enterprise mobility.

“Mobility is now a strategic initiative for many financial services CIOs,” alleged Ojas Rege, VP of Strategy at MobileIron. Supplementing that – “However, mobility also catalyzes a fundamental re-think of existing IT skills and approaches, and it creates an opportunity for the CIO to lead the development of a new model of partnership between the business, IT, and end users.”


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