Every year, Gartner evaluates enterprise mobility management providers based on their ability to execute and completeness of vision. Vendors are then placed on a quadrant to represent their position in the market. Of the more than 100 companies in the EMM space, only five vendors were recognized in the Leaders quadrant. This is the fourth consecutive year we are recognized as a LEADER, receiving the HIGHEST position for our ability to execute for the second consecutive year.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management was called the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management Software from 2011-2013. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
This report provides primary research on the state of mobile transformation with an eye toward how mobile and cloud computing affect the future of work. Insights from the study include challenges and recommended actions for executives seeking to initiate mobile transformation projects.
Every fifteen to twenty years there’s a set of fundamental computing advancements that cause companies to pause and rethink their business systems and processes. Companies realize that supporting BYOD, IoT and a variety of mobile deployment scenarios requires a new set of management and security solutions. This Analyst Insight discusses how companies should look for solutions that unify endpoint management, provide rich application management and support content distribution and protection.
As part of Frost & Sullivan’s research, they identify companies that display true entrepreneurial spirit in creating innovative and potentially disruptive new services or solutions in specific markets. This research involves extensive primary and secondary research across the entire value chain of specific markets. Against the backdrop of this research, Frost & Sullivan is pleased to recognize AirWatch by VMware as the Entrepreneurial Company of the Year in the Brazilian Mobile Device Management market.
The Nemertes Research Mobility PilotHouse study includes input from 501 IT professionals along with Nemertes’ analysis of vendors’ strategies, roadmaps, and financial viability. Combined, this analysis aims to help IT executives make purchasing decisions when evaluating Mobile Device Management (MDM). AirWatch is the MDM Top Provider for midmarket in this year’s PilotHouse study. IT professionals rank AirWatch consistently across all metrics, with technology being the highest scored.
The Nemertes Research Mobility PilotHouse study includes input from 501 IT professionals along with Nemertes’ analysis of vendors’ strategies, roadmaps, and financial viability. Combined, this analysis aims to help IT executives make purchasing decisions when evaluating Mobile Application Management (MAM). AirWatch is the MAM Top Provider for midmarket in this year’s PilotHouse study. IT professionals rank AirWatch consistently across all metrics, with technology at the top.
AirWatch by VMware entered the Latin American market in 2011. Since then, it has built a solid presence across the region with strategic partnerships and pre- and post-sales support. It expects that its customer count by the end of the year will double last year’s count. 451 Research projects that in 2015, one out of two mobile devices in use in Latin America will be a smartphone, and that this number will continue to grow, so by 2018, two out of three mobile devices in use will be smartphones. Enterprise mobility in Latin America is still in the early stages of adoption, but growing smartphone penetration will create opportunities for enterprises and technology vendors to deploy mobility initiatives. This 451 Research report discusses the major trends in the mobile market in Latin America, and what these mean for AirWatch.
TheInfoPro’s Information Security Study takes an in-depth look at key industry trends and tracks the performance of individual vendors. It uses extensive interviews with a proprietary network of IT professionals and key decision-makers at large and midsize enterprises. Now in it’s 12th year, this study’s security technology roadmap captures IT professionals adoption plans, projected spending and vendor-short lists of 13 technologies, including mobile device management. 451 Research determined AirWatch to be the leading choice for IT decision makers over other vendors in 2014 and 2015.
Frost & Sullivan honored AirWatch as the Australia Mobile Device Management Vendor of the Year. Frost & Sullivan highlighted AirWatch’s strong partner network, diverse and large-scale deployments across verticals and local data centre capabilities. AirWatch is denoted as the largest MDM vendor, and Frost & Sullivan highlights the company’s dominant position in the Australian market. This is the second year that AirWatch has won the award.
Mobile educational tools must be adaptable, compliant and secure, and easy for educators to manage. Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis shows that enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider, AirWatch by VMware, is addressing the aforementioned challenges with its comprehensive education mobility management platform bolstered by its unique and innovative AirWatch Teacher Tools. Based on Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis of mobile education management applications and with its outstanding performance, AirWatch has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2014 North American Product Leadership Award in Mobile Education.
This IDC study uses the IDC MarketScape model to provide an assessment of a number of vendors participating in the worldwide enterprise mobility management software market. The IDC MarketScape is an evaluation based on a comprehensive framework and a set of parameters that assess vendors relative to one another and to those factors expected to be most conducive to success in a given market during the short term and the long term. AirWatch is named a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software 2014 Vendor Assessment.
The Info-Tech Vendor Landscape for Cloud File Sharing is designed for IT leaders who want to understand how document-centric collaboration can be enabled via CFS solutions. This research will help readers understand how deploying a CFS solution enables easy and secure access to content and determine which products are most appropriate for particular use cases and scenarios. In this report, Info-Tech evaluated fourteen competitors. AirWatch is recognized as an Innovator and received the Trend Setter Award for disrupting the CFS space by approaching it from a mobile device management background.
Frost & Sullivan evaluated ten major MDM vendors in the Australian market for the Frost IQ matrix. The key criteria evaluated in positioning these companies on the matrix are: revenue market share, product/service strategy, people and skills strategy, ecosystem strategy, and business strategy. In this report, AirWatch is recognized as a Champion with the highest revenue market share.
This Ovum Decision Matrix identifies the leading EMM vendors and provides guidance around their individual capabilities, strengths and weaknesses across the full range of EMM technology features, and assesses the opportunities and threats they face. The leading vendors are those that are getting closes to providing a complete, end-to-end mobility solution that covers all the above components and ultimately lets enterprise IT build, deploy, and manage both custom-built and third-party apps, and secure the corporate data being accessed on mobile devices. AirWatch is recognized as a market leader in this Ovum Decision Matrix for Enterprise Mobility Management.
Enterprise mobility management incorporates and transcends mobile device management, mobile application management and mobile content management. The Aragon Research Globe reviews 18 major technology providers in the EMM market. Vendors that are recognized as leaders have comprehensive strategies that align with industry direction and market demand, and perform effectively against those strategies. AirWatch was recognized as a leader in the Aragon Research Globe for strengths in scalability, brand awareness, strong mobile content management capabilities through the AirWatch Content Locker, and solid administration and inventory support for app management.
The need to go beyond traditional content management and leverage and secure content outside of the repository is here. Mobile Content Management helps to solve this issue. This Aragon Research Globe reviews 20 vendors who are offering the ability to manage mobile content. AirWatch is recognized as a leader in the Aragon Research Globe for Mobile Content Management with strengths in deployment options, rights management, content security and access security.
This Ovum Decision Matrix evaluates and compares 19 products in the enterprise file sync and share market. AirWatch Content Locker debuts as a market leader on the inaugural report. AirWatch Content Locker is “best-in-show” for product functionality and range of end-user features. The market leaders category is reserved for enterprise file sync and share products that score significantly above the combined group average. Organizations evaluating the enterprise file sync and share market should pay particular attention to vendors in this category.
This Radicati Market Quadrant provides a competitive view of key players in the Enterprise Mobility Management market. The report measure functionality based on a comprehensive set of capabilities in mobile device management, mobile application management, mobile security and mobile content management. Analyzing 14 features such as mobile operating system (OS) support and device level analytics, Radicati gave AirWatch a score of nine out of 10, the highest score in functionality awarded to any vendor. Additionally, Radicati ranked the AirWatch market share as No. 1, positioning AirWatch as the unequivocal leader on the quadrant.
The Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award recognizes companies and individuals that have pushed the boundaries of excellence - rising above the competition and demonstrating outstanding performance in the Brazilian market. AirWatch was named Brazilian Mobile Device Management Entrepreneurial Company of the Year based on its growth strategy, implementation excellence, innovation, leadership in customer value and quick response to market needs. Frost & Sullivan recognized AirWatch’s dominant position in the Brazilian MDM market, with its strong commitment to deliver enhanced value to its clients in Brazil.
In this 26-criteria evaluation of file sync and share vendors, Forrester Research, Inc., identified, researched, analyzed, and scored products from the 16 most significant solution providers in this market. AirWatch is recognized as a strong performer. The report states three things define AirWatch’s sweet spot in this market: a strong focus on mobile scenarios with its integrated mobile device management solution; the ability to deploy in a hybrid model, with files and metadata in the cloud or on-premises; and experience securing company-owned and employee-owned devices.
The Frost & Sullivan Award for Growth Leadership is presented to the company that has demonstrated excellence in capturing the highest growth for the last 3 years. Frost & Sullivan firmly believes that in comparison to other competitors, AirWatch has invested in the right assets and has successfully integrated the core building blocks in a seamless and coherent manner to deliver comprehensive enterprise mobility management services. Frost & Sullivan believes that AirWatch is poised for continued success, and presents the company with the 2013 Growth Leadership Award in recognition of its highly successful growth-oriented market strategy and implementation excellence.
This Sector RoadMap™ surveys the current landscape of EMM tools, predicts the impact of anticipated disruption vectors on the marketplace, and examines the possible suitability of different approaches of tool vendors in the near future. GigaOM Research chose five key trends that will disrupt the marketplace in the coming 24 months. These vectors are platform proliferation; continued enterprise distribution; the increasing importance of compliance, risk, and governance; the emergence of EMM as an IT management system; and the demand for value-driven metrics. GigaOM evaluated six enterprise mobility management vendors against these five key trends and recognized AirWatch with the highest score.
The Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape report recognizes outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. The report, which is designed for enterprises seeking a MDM solution, evaluated the 12 leading MDM providers on the market. Info-Tech focused on vendors that offer broad capabilities across multiple platforms and that have a strong market presence and/or reputational presence among mid-sized enterprises. Info-Tech Research Group named AirWatch a “Champion” in the MDM Vendor Landscape for the third consecutive year.
451 Research focuses on emerging technology in enterprise IT, and recognizes AirWatch as a leader in Enterprise Mobility Management. Their research aims to provide IT decision makers with unbiased quantitative and qualitative information to enable them with the insight necessary to implement solutions that best fit the technology needs of their company and acknowledges the strength and staying power of AirWatch in mobility. 451 Research notes the competitive advantages of AirWatch in all segments of EMM and it’s strong focus on research and development to continuously drive innovation throughout the industry. This report highlights the rapid growth of AirWatch and projects a strong future for the company.