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Careful planning across all involved interest groups will deliver a straight forward strategy to adopt BYOD.
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The benefits of taking unified communications mobile.
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James Alan MillerJames Alan Miller is Managing Editor of Tom's IT Pro. He is a veteran technology journalist with over seventeen years of experience creating and developing magazine and online content. Founding editor of numerous business and enterprise computing sites at the internet.com network, James headed up the After Hours section at PC Magazine, as well as hardware and software sections of various Windows publications.
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