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The Seven Deadly Sins of Enterprise Mobility

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SOURCE Enterprise Mobility Exchange

LONDON, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

 - The Seven Pitfalls CIOs and Enterprise Mobility Leaders Must Avoid When Driving Their Mobility Strategies Forward

According to a recent study by the Enterprise Mobility Exchange, IT practitioners will spend the next year focused on building a coordinated mobility strategy, integrating new technology with legacy systems, mobile security, mobile applications and BYOD.

Despite having significant budgets to invest in technology to help overcome these challenges, there are a number of common pitfalls CIOs and enterprise mobility leaders must face head on in order to drive significant business results. Furthermore, in such a fast-paced, dynamic and unpredictable market, it is easy for organisations to slip up when it comes to the fundamentals of enterprise mobility - what we're now calling The Seven Deadly Sins of Enterprise Mobility.

Download the report here to find out more about The Seven Deadly Sins of Enteprise Mobility: http://bit.ly/1iTGOPW

Robert Westacott, Online Editor for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange commented, "These seven deadly sins are designed to warn, and remind companies about areas in which fatal mistakes can be made."

Comprised of the thoughts of seven experts including Abhay Rajaram, VP Customer Success, Hightail, Viral Shah, Enterprise Mobility Architect, Kellogg Company and Tim Hundt, Senior Enterprise Architect, GE Capital., The Seven Deadly Sins of Enterprise Mobility provides tips and guidance on how to avoid lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride within the mobile enterprise. Click here to download in full: http://bit.ly/1iTGOPW

For more information on the Enterprise Mobility Exchange please visit http://www.enterprisemobilityexchange.com/PR or contact Kira Stancliffe, Marketing Manager, Enterprise Mobility Exchange at exchangeinfo@iqpc.com on +44(0)207-368-9484

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