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[Download file "Bring Your Own Device - US CIO Council.pdf"] [Download file "DoD Commercial Mobile Device Implementation Plan.pdf"] ...

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Mobile Device Program Success Stories Private companies and government entities have seen significant benefits to implementing a mobile pr...

Mobile Device Program Challenges and Considerations

Although increased mobility offers significant financial benefits and improved workforce efficiency, it may bring several challenges tha...

Mobile Device Program Best Practices

In order to support the security of the nation's IT enterprise, federal policies and regulations have been developed to ensure protection against ...

Benefits of a Mobile Device Program

Information Technology (IT) plays a pivotal role in the transformation of the U.S. workforce. In response to a growing employee demand, private firms...

Options for Mobile Device Programs

The three options for mobile device platforms are Secure Services BYOD, Comprehensive BYOD and Mobile Deployment. Each option is detailed below: ...

IPO BYOD Wiki Homepage

Purpose The purpose of this wiki page is to provide the IPO with information regarding various mobile deployment strategies and implementation consi...

Budget Savings Analysis

Purpose of the Mobile Program Model There is an increasing number of employees using smartphones, tablets and other mobile device in the workpla...

Applications of Mobile Devices in the Medical Setting

A Place for Mobile Devices in the Medical Setting The use of mobile devices in the medical setting has grown significantly. In 2012, the percenta...

Options for Mobile Device Programs

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