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Mobile Applications May Be Running the Business, But Who's Running the Apps?

Source: SAP
In many organizations, it is workers bringing their own devices into the workplace who are forcing the hand of IT policy makers. But as new devices are coming to market faster than corporate IT can formulate policies about them, application management is quickly becoming a fundamental mobility management challenge. Those companies with the best mobility implementations will win in a world of real-time business engagement. See how!


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