Kamath, John-paul
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p85
Trade Publication
The article reports that 95% of Chief Information Officers (CIO) are currently seeking a new way to manage their mobile devices and applications. According to Mformation, a provider of mobile device management (MDM) technologies, some 45% of CIOs wanted assistance from mobile operators in managing mobile devices, and 62%, said they would change their current operator for a competitor if it had a comprehensive MDM offering. It is stated that there is a significant opportunity for operators to help enterprises with the challenges and complexities associated with mobile device management.


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