The global mobility challenge

Dobbins, Andrew
December 2007
NetworkWorld Asia;Dec2007, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p35
Academic Journal
The article discusses the challenges in securing and managing the right communications solution in global mobility. It notes the underlying factors making multinational corporations more dependent on communications technology. It further stresses that global mobility's key concern is developing an effective supporting infrastructure and understanding the true meaning of mobile computing.


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