Exploring Public & Custom Apps In The Enterprise

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Exploring Public & Custom Apps in the EnterpriseAssets: Data from 15,000 apps that organizations have distributed since January 2013 over the last 14monthsData:Average Number of Apps on Mobile DevicesLooking at devices under management, we found the average number of apps on employees’ mobiledevices. 10 apps 17% 10-24 apps 18% 25-49 apps 35% 50-99 apps 25% 100 apps 5%Public Apps vs. Custom Apps in the Enterprise:Looking at data from 15,000 apps organizations distributed to employees’ mobile devices over the lastyear, we find that 62% are public apps and 38% are custom apps. Public apps pushed 62% custom apps pushed 38%Public App Distribution by OS:Looking at data from public apps which organizations distributed to employees’ mobile devices over the14 months, we find that 77% are iOS, 22% are Android and 1% are Windows. 77% iOS, 22% Android, 1% WindowsCustom App Distribution by OS:Looking at data from custom apps organizations distributed to employees’ mobile devices over the last14 months, we find that 69% were iOS, 31% were Android and 1% were Windows.

69% iOS, 31% Android, 1% WindowsPublic Apps Distribution by Industry:Looking at data from public apps organizations distributed to employees’ mobile devices over the last14 months, we find the following industries accounting for this much of the distribution: Education: 33% Public Sector: 15% Manufacturing: 14% Healthcare: 11% Retail: 10% Financial Services: 10% Other: 7%Custom Apps Distribution by Industry:Looking at data from custom apps organizations distributed to employees’ mobile devices over the lastyear, we find the following industries accounting for this much of the distribution: Education: 28% Healthcare: 17% Retail: 17% Manufacturing: 15% Financial Services: 8% Public Sector: 8% Other: 7%Most Popular Public Apps Distributed to Employees1. Adobe Reader2. Google Maps3. iBooks4. Cisco AnyConnect5. Dropbox6. Evernote7. Google Earth

8. Pages9. Keynote10. NumbersMost Popular Public Apps Distributed to Employees by IndustryEducationiBooksGoogle DrivePagesEvernoteiMovieDropboxGoogle EarthEducreationsNotabilityNumbersPublic SectorAdobe ReaderGoogle MapsGoogle EarthCisco AnyConnectiBooksDropboxEvernoteQuick OfficePagesFacebookManufacturingAdobe ReaderCisco AnyConnectGoogle MapsiBooksConcurDropboxWebexMicrosoft Lync 2013SkypeEvernoteHealthcareCisco AnyConnectWebexGoogle MapsConcurAdobe ReaderNitrodeskiBooksNumbersGoogle ChromeEpocratesRetailAdobe ReaderGoogle MapsEvernoteDropboxCisco AnyConnectiBooksCalculator for iPadGoogle ChromeQuick OfficeSkypeFinancial ServicesAdobe ReaderCisco AnyConnectGoogle MapsSecurIDGoogle ChromeQuickOfficePagesNitrodeskSalesforce ChatteriBooksTrend Spotting: Vertical App Data Dropbox doesn’t make the top 10 list in healthcare or finance, industries where security hastraditionally been critical. Adobe Reader and iBooks are the only apps in the Top 10 for every industry. Cisco AnyConnect is most heavily used in manufacturing . Facebook is only in the top 10 in public sector and no other industry. Google Chrome is the most popular browser app across all industries. Webex is the most popular meeting application app across all industries . QuickOffice and Pages are the most popular document creation apps across all industries. The Calculator for iPad Free is the most distributed calculator in retail. Dropbox is the most popular file sharing app. The other two that repeatedly surface are Box andMicrosoft Lync. Sales Force Chatter App is most popular in the financial services and manufacturing industries Secure ID only shows appears in the top 10 for financial servicesApp Security for Public and Custom Apps

Organizations have been traditionally limited in their ability to place advanced security policies aroundpublically available apps. With limited policies available, most of the options IT implements are aboutremoving the apps pushed to the device if and when the device is lost, stolen, or the employee leavesthe company. 41% of apps are automatically removed if IT staff perform a remote selective wipe of the deviceFor custom or customized apps, there are more powerful security policies that can be incorporated intothe app or what the industry calls “wrapped”.Popular security features within this set include: Forcing the user to authenticate prior to granting access to the app Blocking the use of an app when the device is found out of compliance Restricting the ability to copy and paste data outside the app or secure container Enforce file protection – Ensure all files created by the app are encrypted. Manage “Open-In” options Enabling an in-app VPNEMM Platforms Integrate with App Development PlatformsThe massive success of apps in the enterprise is unquestionable. While public apps in the enterprise arepopular, IT’s growing focus is turning toward the opportunity custom apps can have on their businessand user base. Developing their own apps, testing, distributing, managing, and decommissioning themare a key to a successful program. This includes ensuring that advanced security policies and featuresget incorporated into the app during or post the build process.IBM MaaS360 and Worklight have realized the important between the build and implementationprocess. With MaaS360 Application Security, Worklight app developers gain seamless access to acomprehensive set of mobile security features that are easy to implement and facilitate wide scaleadoption in the enterprise. Worklight developers can now build native, web, and hybrid apps to runsecurely across multiple platforms and get them distributed to users through the MaaS360 enterpriseapp catalog. This tight integration allows IT and mobile administrators to more easily manage the fullapp lifecycle and broadly deploy them in their organization with the utmost confidence that sensitivedata is safe.MaaS360 for Worklight security features include: Robust mobile security policies for Worklight developed apps Single sign-on (SSO) between Worklight developed apps and MaaS360 Automated compliance to ensure devices meet corporate policies before accessing apps Controls to restrict the movement of data and manage “open-in” features

Protections for application data-in-motion through a secure in-app VPN

With MaaS360 Application Security, Worklight app developers gain seamless access to a comprehensive set of mobile security features that are easy to implement and facilitate wide scale adoption in the enterprise. Worklight develop

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