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Mobile in the Enterprise Changes Everything

January 26, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  O’Reilly

By now it’s clear that mobile is the new global frontier for computing. People on every continent are embracing mobile as the primary method for electronic communications.

Increasingly, many are also using mobile computing for a myriad of day-to-day activities, from purchasing products and services to testing blood insulin levels. Five billion people now use cellphones — about 62 percent of the planet’s population — compared to less than two billion who have a personal computer.

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