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2013 Top Trends Reshaping the SMB Mobility Market

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Report Summary:

The global SMB business segment in 2012 continued the growth path of the last three years, as regions emerged from the global recession with different degrees of success. Increased mobility through the use of tablets and smartphones has exceptional resonance with SMBs. This has been driven by the popularity of the iPhone and the competing Android platform, and resulted in the business mobile device market displaying substantial growth over the past few years. Although the enormous potential of the SMB market exerts an almost magnetic pull for business solutions vendors, most have found that profitably marketing and selling to SMBs is a difficult and daunting task. However, several trends are converging to create a perfect scene for change that will encourage SMBs to deploy business mobility solutions. This report looks at the trends involved in this interrelated transition, and how these tends reshape the ways SMBs buy, access and use business mobile solutions.

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