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Alex Meehan cuts through the talk to find what’s really happening in enterprise mobility

6th December, 2015
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Gerry McCourt, head of mobility solutions, Vodafone Ireland

With all the noise that’s been made about enterprise mobility and the benefits of a mobile workforce, the average observer would be forgiven for thinking that mobility is firmly established in the Irish landscape. A surprising number of companies have yet to make the leap, according to industry observers.

One of these is Gerry McCourt, head of mobility solutions for Vodafone Ireland, who said that when it comes to enterprise mobility, we’re still...

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