Experience indicates there tend to be two schools of thought about deploying mobile devices into enterprises. The first seems to prefer to prefer a ‘laid-back approach’, where the expectation is that introducing solutions based around mobile technologies “just makes sense, if only because today’s employees expect it”: much of this has to do with the arrival of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and employee expectations that they can do better in their work by using these. The second approach,in contrast, is more hard-headed and bases its justifications on specific calculations of the Return on Investment (RoI).
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