Having a hard time controlling personally-owned tablets and smartphones in the workplace? Get used to it, because a new study claims that 50% of all workers will be required to bring in their tablets and smartphones to work by 2017.
Mobile app management vendor Apperian reckons an increasing number of businesses are bypassing Mobile Device Management to secure corporate data, and says 2013 will be the year of HTML5 apps and Windows 8 tablets.
Move over Angry Birds and Words with Friends; business and productivity apps are ready to share, if not take center stage, says one app developer who reckons that 2013 could be the year when business apps become all the rage.
Zero footprint tablets? iPad-only meetings? BYOD as a profit engine? A number of innovative deployment strategies and usage scenarios were discussed at the recent TabTimes Tablet Strategy conference in New York.
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