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It's a big deal to extend an Enterprise to accommodate all these new mobile applications that are becoming available. Does it make sense to tempt fate further, by rolling out BYOM (bring your own mobile device)? Can enterprise mobility reach its true potential, if it is offered only on the devices a company chooses?
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Mobile devices of every sort are proliferating and becoming more and more like computers.  In parallel, Internet applications, cloud computing, and the need for 24/7 on demand access with authentication and security are increasing the headaches of managing it all. Does it make sense to outsource, or is it better to keep it all in the enterprise? How does an IT leader decide which option to choose, and what are the pitfalls and challenges of either choice?
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Mobility presumably offers advantages in delivering healthcare, and so investments have been made to improve it. What has been the result? Have the investments returned a significant ROI? What specific innovations have driven down cost, increased access, and improved the quality of healthcare? How has the consumerization of IT been leveraged to increase the overall adoption of mobility in healthcare while still managing related challenges?
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Enterprises have whole heartedly embraced mobility and are reaping the rewards, even while still working to mitigate the remaining risks. How is government viewing its transition to mobility? What risks and rewards are expected from making government more mobile? What is the roadmap to achieving wide-spread adoption of this successful paradigm while avoiding undue risk?
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BYOD has wide appeal for employees who value the convenience and ease of using their own devices. Businesses recognize that by allowing BYOD, their employess are able to be as productive as possible. However, the variety and number of personal devices being brought into the enterprise network is a potential security threat and a huge headache for IT departments. What can any company do to securely and flexibly transition to BYOD? Being a road less travelled, what have been the lessons learnt and the strategies tried, that have helped in achieving this goal?

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