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How small businesses can pick the right mobile devices

Small businesses face challenges like cost and device management when equipping their workforce with mobile devices. TechTarget's blog post offers guidance for SMBs to overcome these issues and choose suitable mobile devices.

Key points include:

  • Mobile devices boost SMB productivity, communication, and data security
  • Considerations for selecting consumer-grade versus rugged devices
  • The role of MDM platforms in simplifying provisioning, security, and updates

Discover how SMBs can select the right mobile devices by reading the full blog post.

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