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"CIO's Guide For Enterprise Mobile Deployment Strategy"

CIO's Guide: Enterprise Mobile Deployment Strategy for 2016

CIO's Guide: Enterprise Mobile Deployment Strategy for 2016

White Paper: Innovapptive

With mobility re-defining our lives like never before, it is evident that organizations are analyzing, evaluating and adopting key enterprise mobile deployment strategies to gain a competitive edge in the market, without disrupting their existing technological landscapes.

Some of the key challenges that are grabbing the CIOs' attention in the wake of the mobile application demand are:

  • How to meet business demand for mobile app deployment services and solutions with existing IT resources

  • How to keep mobile devices safe from data breaches and thefts

  • How to keep up with the rapid upgrade cycles and diverse device platforms without extensive investments.

This CIO’s guide to mobile deployment explores certain key strategies associated with the easy deployment of mobile solutions, managing day to day support and upgrade cycles, mobile device management, mobile security and above all helps in strategizing your organization to gain a competitive advantage with the increasing pervasiveness of enterprise mobility.

 

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