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Jul 31 2013   2:20PM GMT

Book giveaway: Mobile Strategy

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh


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With smartphones and tablets continuing to make headlines in the technology world, IT leaders and executives are looking to navigate the complex world of the mobile industry. From BYOD to cloud integration, it’s important for companies to take advantage of the opportunities in the mobile world. That’s where Dirk Nicol’s book, Mobile Strategy: How Your Company Can Win by Embracing Mobile Technologies, comes in as it provides critical insights to evaluating mobile technologies, embracing BYOD and integrating mobile, cloud, social and big data. We have an excerpt of the book on our IT Bookworm blog.

And if you haven’t already guessed, we’re giving away a copy of the book! To win, tell us why BYOD is a necessary component for a company. Good luck!

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  • CharlieBrowne
    It is not a question of IF we should allow BYOD, but WHEN do we implement it and how. Devices are always changing and consumers (our users) are constantly upgrading. We can higher customer and staff satisfaction if we allow them to use whatever device they want. This can also lower IT costs as we may not have to provide devices to staff if they chose their own. Employees like their devices and this would increase productivity. The security aspects (who & what) is what is going to take use the time to determine and implement.
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  • batye
    why BYOD is a necessary component for a company. technology grow and and  mew device on Corporate network represent security threat... free for all no longer safe approach... Security is a must
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    I truly don't think BYOD is going to be a success in corporate scenario. It is more of a hype than a reality as of now. As such with existing scenario in corporate, where BYOD is not yet introduced, strong security measures and assurance is still a fight, and under such circumstances switching over to BYOD can not be thought of...
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Only four more days to win this great book! Enter to win before it's too late (or I might just have to keep it myself).
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    We have our winner....CharlieBrowne. Watch out for an email so I can send you the book. Congratulations!
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