In 2016, 3 out of every 10 companies have spent between 5 and 10 % in TI. A 12 % spent 10% or more, according to Strategy Analytics.

The companies will reaffirm its commitment to the technology over the next few years. Both large businesses and small and medium-sized corporations that make up the world smes will expand their IT budgets five years from now.

So what determines Analytics Strategy, that as a starting point, points out that 3 of every 10 companies have spent between 5 and 10 % of YOU in 2016. A about 12 per cent would have thrown him by the high, spending that 10 % or more.

In those budgets is taken into account, among other things, enterprise mobility. In this sense, the analysts observed that the adoption of mobile has become an integral part of the strategy of the business, whether in Europe or in the united States, where the research was carried out of Strategy Analytics.

“In general, the companies in the united States, United Kingdom, France, and Germany, consider that the mobile is an integral part of the digital transformation”, indica Gina Luk, senior analyst of Mobile Workforce Strategies. These companies “depend on it, to expand access to information, improve process efficiency, increase employee productivity and reduce operating costs,”.

But there is still more work to do. For example, it is known that in 29% of the organization more than half of the smartphone corporate devices are unlocked. And this could enter in conflict with the regulation GDPR data protection in the European Union if you do not implement security solutions or mobility management.