How Mobility Is Changing the Enterprise

With the boom in smartphones and tablets, we are in the vortex of the technological shift from Mobile 1.0 to Mobile 2.0, with wireless technology driving a demand for mobile access to enterprise apps. This new evolution is not just about mobility; it’s also about mobile devices working in concert with back-end corporate systems. This white paper explores the impact the mobility trend is having on companies today, and a look into how mobility will continue to change how enterprises function in the coming years.

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