Securing Mobile Apps in a BYOD World

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The next wave of exploiting the power of mobile devices involves the apps that run on them. Increasingly, enterprise IT organizations will be under pressure to build or purchase mobile apps that meet the requirements of enterprise employees and business units. Firms will need security that can span multiple devices and heterogeneous IT systems and provides protection for the devices and their data. For most organizations, a scarcity of resources for mobile app development and the lack of mobile security expertise can prevent an adequate IT response to this challenge. Read this white paper to learn more about mobile security solutions and how to meet today's mobile app demands and challenges.

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TEC 2015 ERP for Discrete Manufacturing Buyer's Guide

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The TEC ERP for Discrete Manufacturing Buyer’s Guide was developed to provide unique perspectives on the state of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution market for manufacturers. Discrete manufacturers face a number of business challenges in the 21st century, including the traditional challenges of planning and managing production, managing costs, and staying compliant with regulations, and newer challenges related to the ability to support customizable and complex products and global markets,... Read More

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