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As the initial excitement about the bring your own device trend dies down, alternate approaches to mobility are emerging. The corporate-owned, personally enabled (COPE) model aims to give more control without curbing users’ activities on smartphones and tablets. We explain the pros and cons of BYOD and COPE to help readers decide which model is the best fit.  Access >>>

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  • Comparing and contrasting mobility models
  • COPE joins BYOD as a mobile management option
  • Enterprises take different approaches to BYOD
  • COPE challenges BYOD model but raises its own questions

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