67 percent of Indian respondents like enterprise mobility to work in a more mobile and flexible way against 68 percent globally, according to a survey by Oracle.
Globally 53 percent think mobile and flexible working makes them more productive against 55 percent in India.
The survey findings are based on a survey done by Censuswide on behalf of Oracle, surveying 1,500 senior level decisions makers working for global organizations: 500 in North America, 500 in EMEA and 500 in Asia Pacific.
24 percent of respondents stated that their employer actively encourages mobile working. In India, this figure rises to 31 percent.
21 percent of respondents overall and the same percentage respondents in India say their employer actively tries to limit the applications and data employees can access on their mobile phones.
Despite the lack of enthusiasm from employers, the research also reveals that restrictions on mobile working are often ineffective and employees are taking it on themselves to use mobile solutions at work.
18 percent of respondents believe their company effectively controls what can be done on a mobile device. In India, this figure is higher at 29 percent.
15 percent said they had found a way to use their mobile for work without any help or intervention from their employer, rising to 17 percent in India.
56 percent of respondents overall and 53 percent in India said they are working in a more mobile way than they were two years ago
40 percent over all and in India believe mobility will become even more integral to their work in the next two years.
Note: Both infographics are showing global survey result and not India.