How to get more intelligent about smartphones

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How to get more intelligent about smartphones

It was about four years ago when the IT department at Chris McClanahan's Fortune 500 financial services company began noticing a widespread influx of so-called smartphones seeking connection to the corporate network.

McClanahan, the firm's principal engineer and client-side computing architect, quickly realised that although these internet-and-email-enabled mobile devices offered significant productivity capabilities for employees (while being slender enough to fit in a pants pocket), they carried many of ...

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