20 percent of the white-collar workforce in India will access enterprise data (beyond email and calendar) on personal devices by 2017, said Gartner.
Two-thirds of large Indian enterprises will set up an Internet of Things (IoT) center of excellence to drive adoption of efficiency-centric technologies and applications by 2020.
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India will have five IoT startups with a billion-dollar valuation by 2018.
7 percent of Indian organizations will have adopted public cloud services for mission / business-critical workloads by 2017 against under 2 percent in 2014.
“With the continued affordability of smartphones and growing acceptance of BYOD, more and more people are accessing corporate data through mobile devices,” said Anshul Gupta, principal research analyst at Gartner. “Indian enterprises are at an early stage of understanding the impact of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies on their core business.”
Gupta said technology providers must realize that the skills required in digital business are rather different and not necessarily as low cost as they may seem. Providers must establish a long-term plan and strategy to bridge the gap in requisite skills and combat potential crisis.