Research In Motion has had an incredible run over the last few years, but given management changes there and the rise of the Google and Apple mobile ecosystems, the world has changed. Since RIM has publicly indicated that it is exploring the sale of all or part of its businesses, the smart move by enterprises is to have an Exit Strategy in place.
This Special Report provides the guidance you need to plan your exit strategy.
In our Research Note, Contingency Planning: Build a RIM Exit Strategy , we provide the overview of the reasons why an exit strategy is needed. Note that it isn’t that Blackberry devices can be used in the enterprise, it is just that there are more choices available to manage a multi-vendor mobile environment than ever before.
In The Seven Elements of a RIM Exit Strategy, we outline all the steps to take to develop an Exit Strategy. Understanding your options and then developing a plan is the first step towards being ready to take action when needed. This Research Note, when partnered with ongoing Advisory Calls with Aragon Research analysts, can help you be prepared for the future.
To put a wrapper on this Special Report, we are including The Planning Framework for BYOD to help put it all into perspective. Understanding all of the elements of a Planning Framework, along with your enterprise risk profile will help you decide how you balance user freedom versus enterprise control.
As the world goes mobile, vendor landscapes keep changing. Aragon Research leads the way with comprehensive mobile analysis and hard hitting research to help you leverage mobile in your enterprise.