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Is mobility heading for mass adoption?

Communication in business is all about being contactable and having the information you need at your fingertips, and that’s where enterprise mobility shines. Alex Meehan reports

3rd June, 2018
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Simon Sharkey, sales and marketing director for Westcoast Ireland

When it comes to enterprise mobility, there is a growing move towards democratisation. What was once a technology only accessible to the largest companies is no longer out of reach and pay-as-you-go options are bringing technologies like mobile device management, remote-wipe and mobile cloud security within the reach of all.

“While the term enterprise mobility is common, the truth is that we’re moving away from the era when that was an appropriate label. Today everyone...

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