The use of mobile apps for business is heating up with nearly 80% of companies using more than 10 apps for business, according to MobileIron (www.mobileiron.com), a company “founded on the idea that mobile apps and data would become fundamental to mobilizing business workflows.”
The most popular enterprise apps are:
° Adoption metrics for Apple’s Volume Purchase Program (VPP) and Device Enrollment Program (DEP);
° Enterprise security trends for Australia and the Netherlands in addition to Belgium, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, the UK and the US;
° Specific information about healthcare and financial services industries, in addition to government,
The state of enterprise apps 79% of the organizations in MobileIron’s global customer base have more than 10 enterprise apps installed. Nearly one in five organizations (18%) uses VPP to streamline enterprise app deployment to users. The rate is significantly higher in the healthcare (29%) and government (25%) verticals. 13% of organizations use DEP, which offers more control over corporate mobile fleets. With DEP, enterprises can enforce tighter restrictions on corporate-owned, supervised devices. Nearly one-quarter (22%) of healthcare organizations use DEP.
For the first time, the Mobile Security and Risk Review includes a list of the most popular managed mobile business apps. The top 10 most popular managed mobile business apps in the world include: Webex, AnyConnect, Concur, Adobe Acrobat, Pulse Secure, Keynote, ,Numbers, Pages, Google Maps, and Word.