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Top 10 Global Insights from the Cisco IBSG Horizon Study

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BYOD or COPE - Which enterprise mobility strategy is right for you?

Corporate-owned, personally enabled(COPE) has emerged as a promising BYOD alternative, but it can cause just as many problems if not approached correctly. It's important to know the pros and cons of each strategy before implementing it into your organization. This e-guide highlights comparison points for the two models, including control,privacy, productivity, and more. Learn which model would be the best fit for your organization.

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