BYOD and Enterprise Mobility Market

Top BYOD and Enterprise Mobility Companies - Microsoft Corporation, Inc. (US) and Cisco Systems (US) | MarketsandMarkets

The global BYOD and Enterprise Mobility market size is projected to grow from USD 72.7 billion in 2024 to USD 133.9 billion by 2029 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 13.0%. The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and enterprise mobility market is a dynamic sector that combines workplace flexibility, technology innovation, and cybersecurity. It includes methods and technology that allow employees to use their own devices while maintaining secure access to corporate resources. The market is expected to grow further owing to the widespread adoption of smartphones and the shift towards remote and hybrid work environments. Due to this trend, businesses are adopting BYOD policies and implementing enterprise mobility solutions to improve work productivity and provide employee satisfaction. Key technologies such as Mobile Device Management (MDM), Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) play crucial roles in ensuring data security, managing devices, and complying with regulations. As organizations worldwide strive to boost productivity and adaptability, the BYOD and enterprise mobility market continues to evolve, driven by advancements in mobile technology, cloud computing, and cybersecurity measures.

Top BYOD and Enterprise Mobility Companies 2024 include

  • Microsoft Corporation, Inc. (US)
  • Cisco Systems (US)
  • Blackberry (Canada)
  • Samsung (South Korea)
  • SAP (Germany) and many more....

The market players have adopted various strategies, such as developing advanced products, partnerships, contracts, expansions, and acquisitions to strengthen their market position.

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Microsoft is an American multinational technology company that creates AI-powered platforms and tools. Its product portfolio comprises operating systems, cross-device productivity and collaboration applications, server applications, business solution applications, desktop and server management tools, software development tools, and video games. The company offers an array of services, including cloud-based solutions. These solutions provide customers with software, services, platforms, content, support, and consulting services. Microsoft operates in three key segments: Productivity and Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud, and More Personal Computing. The Productivity and Business Processes segment encompasses the renowned Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, along with cloud-based solutions such as Office 365 and Microsoft 365, essential for business communication and collaboration. In the Intelligent Cloud segment, Microsoft's Azure platform offers a comprehensive array of cloud services, from IaaS to SaaS, as a preferred choice for businesses seeking cloud-based application hosting, data management, and solution deployment. The More Personal Computing segment features consumer-oriented products such as Windows, Surface devices, Xbox gaming consoles, and Bing search. The company also owns LinkedIn and offers enterprise software, such as Windows Server and SQL Server, while integrating AI into its products and services. It has a robust geographical presence in North America, Europe, the Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. As of 2023, Microsoft had ~221,000 employees and a revenue of USD 211.9 billion.


Cisco Systems is an American-based multinational digital communications technology company. It operates through several key business segments, each tailored to address distinct technology needs across diverse industries. The company's Secure, Agile Networks segment encompasses core networking technologies such as switching, enterprise routing, wireless, and compute products, offering hardware and software solutions. Revenue recognition varies, with upfront recognition for hardware and perpetual software and ratable recognition for term software licenses and SaaS. Internet for the Future focuses on routed optical networking, 5G, silicon, and optics solutions, featuring similar revenue recognition dynamics. Collaboration, another significant segment, includes Meetings, Collaboration Devices, Calling, Contact Centers, and CPaaS offerings, predominantly comprising software with distinct upfront and ratable revenue recognition models. The End-to-End Security segment covers Cloud and Application Security, Industrial Security, Network Security, and User and Device Security offerings, involving hardware and software solutions with distinct recognition patterns.

Cisco's Optimized Application Experiences segment centers on full-stack observability and network assurance offerings, primarily software-driven, showcasing varied revenue recognition approaches. Beyond products, Cisco provides a spectrum of service and support options, including technical support services and advanced services, with revenue recognition tied to the delivery of these services over time. This diversified business model positions Cisco as a comprehensive technology partner, addressing the evolving needs of its customers across various sectors. As of 2023, Cisco had ~84,900 employees and a revenue of USD 57.0 billion.


Blackberry, headquartered in Canada, specializes in secure enterprise mobility solutions. Its offerings include BlackBerry UEM (Unified Endpoint Management) for comprehensive device and app management, BlackBerry Dynamics for secure mobile application development, and BlackBerry Workspaces for encrypted file sharing. These solutions cater primarily to sectors requiring high levels of security and regulatory compliance, such as government, finance, and healthcare, making Blackberry a prominent player in the BYOD and enterprise mobility market.


Samsung, based in South Korea, is a major player in the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and enterprise mobility market. It offers Samsung Knox, a comprehensive security platform that provides advanced mobile device management (MDM), secure containerization for applications and data, and real-time kernel protection. Samsung Knox is integrated into Samsung's business-ready devices, ensuring enhanced security and manageability for enterprise environments. Samsung also promotes productivity through features like Samsung DeX, which allows users to access a desktop-like experience using their mobile devices, further supporting mobility and flexibility in workplace environments. These solutions cater to businesses seeking robust security measures and seamless integration with enterprise workflows.


SAP, headquartered in Germany, offers extensive solutions for the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and enterprise mobility market. SAP provides SAP Mobile Platform for developing and managing mobile applications, SAP Fiori for intuitive user interfaces across devices, and SAP Cloud Platform Mobile Services for integrating and managing mobile solutions. These offerings enable businesses to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and maintain security across mobile devices within enterprise environments. SAP's solutions are widely adopted in various industries, leveraging its expertise in enterprise resource planning (ERP) and business process management to support mobility and digital transformation initiatives.

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