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Enterprise app stores are one way to deploy and manage user access to applications. To the user, an app store appears as a simple portal, but there's a lot that goes into it on the back end. This handbook explains the ins and outs of building an app store, integrating it with identity management systems and tying it into public app stores from Apple and Google.  Access >>>

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  • How to build an enterprise app store
  • Deliver mobile apps with enterprise app stores or private clouds
  • There isn't always an enterprise mobile app for that

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