About Samsung

Since its founding in Suwon, Korea in 1969, Samsung Electronics has grown into a global information technology leader, managing more than 200 subsidiaries around the world.
The company’s offerings include home appliances such as TVs, monitors, refrigerators, and washing machines as well as key mobile telecommunications products like smartphones and tablets. Samsung also continues to be a trusted provider of key electronic components like DRAM and non-memory semiconductors. 
Samsung pledges to create and deliver quality products and services that enhance convenience and foster smarter lifestyles for its customers around the world. Samsung is dedicated to improving the global community through its constant pursuit of groundbreaking innovations and value creation.


Vision 2020

The underlying principle that defines our vision for the future of Samsung Electronics is "Inspire the World, Create the Future".

This vision is at the very core of our commitment to lead innovations in technology, products and solutions that inspire communities around the world to join our aspiration for creating a better world full of richer digital experiences. As we recognise our responsibility as a creative leader in the global society, we also dedicate our efforts and resources to offering new values to the industry and customers while fulfilling shared values of our employees and partners. At Samsung Electronics, we want to create a future that is exciting and promising for all together.

As a guide to common understanding and measurable goal, a set of specific objectives is incorporated into our vision. By 2020, we seek to achieve annual sales of USD 400 billion while placing Samsung Electronics’ overall brand value among the global top 5. Three key strategic pillars that are now part of our culture, business operation and management describe the governing initiatives to this end: ‘Creativity ’, ‘Partnership’ and ‘Great People’.

We pride ourselves on delivering the world’s best products through operational excellence and innovation prowess. As we look forward to exploring new business areas including healthcare and biotechnology, we are excited for new challenges and opportunities ahead. Samsung Electronics will continue to build on top of its current achievements new capacity and expertise to further its competitiveness and its history of innovation.

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Mobile Security - An Enabler for Digital Strategies

IDC Vendor Spotlight:

Mobile Security — An Enabler for Digital Strategies

Mobility is a strong area of focus for public sector organisations, and a key element of the worksource transformation strategies that are increasingly commonplace in today's marketplace. Worksource transformation has become a C-level priority thanks to the multiple benefits on offer, such as greater productivity, employee flexibility and better citizen engagement.

In the public sector, the concept of "mobile first" has been promoted in the U.K. since the launch of Government Digital Service (GDS) in 2011. Central and local government employ thousands of civil servants in the field performing essential works for the community, such as social services, censuses, surveys, and engineering work. They all require secure, reliable, and cost-effective mobile solutions providing real time and contextual information to perform their jobs.

This latest IDC Vendor Spotlight outlines three key security "mega-trends" that are shaping the market, and mobility solutions needed to cope with all three, including:

  1. The dynamic threat landscape – Threat actors are maturing in terms of their scale, capability, professionalism and collaboration. The scale of the threat means that enterprises can no longer rely on blocking known threats to remain secure.
  2. The rising tide of digital transformation – The concept of a "secure perimeter" is now obsolete, with corporate applications and data residing beyond the firewall. This challenge is enhanced due to the growing number of mobile workers in the organisation.
  3. The mounting burden of regulatory reform – The privacy and security of data is a core focus of regulations such as GDPR. The status quo is not sufficient to achieve compliance.

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