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The world seen through Windows

In mobile, as in other areas, the Microsoft ecosystem offers joined-up solutions

6th March, 2016
Shirley Finnerty, business group lead, Microsoft Ireland

Most organisations totally accept the fact that employees will want to bring their own devices or choose what they work with, said Shirley Finnerty, business group lead in Microsoft Ireland. “Clearly, the key priority is to ensure that any corporate data remains secure while the employee can use the device for both business and personal purposes. There is innovation in this regard in Windows 10, which can be the common O/S across PCs and laptops,...

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