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Enterprise CIO Decisions: Managing the Mobile Workforce

Smartphones, tablet computers and other on-the-go devices are transforming enterprise operations. In fact, 44% of employees carry company-owned mobile devices – a number expected to skyrocket past 70% within the year. As a CIO, are you prepared for how the mobile revolution will affect the future of your organization?

Read this exclusive CIO Enterprise Decisions E-Zine for case studies and expert insight into some of the most prevalent mobile issues facing CIOs today, including how virtualization supports mobile business continuity, 4 ways CIOs can be mobile workforce leaders, mobility workforce governance, and choosing mobile devices and platforms

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