A Guide to Successfully Deploying Enterprise Mobile Applications

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Today, more and more companies are launching mobile applications, creating a mobile professional workforce across job roles and categories. This white paper provides a framework for CIOs on how to create a mobile application strategy for their business. It gives a step-by-step guide to the different stages involved, from choosing a focus, to building and deploying, to the ongoing support of enterprise mobile applications. Read more.

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  • Written By: Jorge Garcia
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