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Integration for Enterprise Mobility

June 25, 2012 No Comments

Enterprise applications deployed on mobile devices extend the user interface of existing business applications, unlike the consumer applications that we download from the mobile app markets, which are designed to operate within the domain of the mobile device and seldom access information or business processes external to the device. Mobile enterprise applications, therefore, require access to back-end enterprise software packages to operate.

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