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Employees using tablets and smartphones for work, whether through an official bring your own device strategy or not, provides IT the opportunity to deliver new applications, improve efficiency and even save money -- all while satisfying employee demand for constant access to their iPads, iPhones and other devices. This handbook explores those positive aspects of devices in the enterprise and presents the challenges of managing more endpoints, facing security risks and enforcing usage policies. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Managing apps and content is key to mobility
- BYOD brings user control, management challenges
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Designing and stocking an enterprise app store
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...
Maintaining control over mobility and the cloud
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The next mobility model: COPE challenges BYOD
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