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Excellent advice from +MobileIron Inc. VP of strategy +Ojas Rege in this article. 
Ojas Rege, vice president of strategy at security solutions company MobileIron, on the changing role of the IT department in the mobile age
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+MobileIron Inc.  VP of Strategy +Ojas Rege featured in 2015 prediction story.
In 2015, companies that don't invest in mobile may find they've made a critical error.
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United Airlines plans to distribute 23,000 iPhone 6 Plus devices to flight attendants to improve customer service and communications.
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My latest Rethink: CIO blog post looks at how the Apple-IBM apps can be a guide for reimagining desktop enterprise apps for mobile. 

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Six months after Apple and IBM announced a partnership to develop enterprise-oriented iOS apps, the companies have announced the first slate of those apps, which can be customized if desired. The ten apps cover a range of different of different industries and use cases - travel, government, financial services, insurance, telecom, and retail. Many, but not all, of the apps are focused on delivering an improved customer experience – either directly...
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My look at why the mobile revolution is among the handful of true transformations in terms what work means in our lives and out society.
Tech and mainstream news is full of headlines about how mobile is disruptive to business processes, IT departments, and even entire categories of jobs. The real story, the big overarching theme that gets lost in the barrage of headlines about the disruptive potential of mobile devices, is that mobile technology isn’t just changing how we do our jobs or where we work, it’s changing the very meaning of work and its place in our lives. We’re not ta...
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More than half of employees across the global bring a mobile device to work. However, when you look at individual countries, the results vary wildly in terms of ownership and adoption -- surprisingly, some tech-loving countries are lagging behind.
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My latest Rethink: CIO post - The five truths that a CIO must embrace if he or she is to be successful over the next 5+ years. 
Mobile represents a technology shift that impacts enterprise IT in direct and indirect ways. It isn’t solely an IT shift, however. The stakeholders are varied and vast – human resources, legal, line of business managers, sales and support teams, field workers, and individual employees of all stripes are touched by, and therefore invested in, how mobile transforms the workplace and work itself.
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Next week, MobileIron will be providing our Top 3 Recommendations for Managing Android Lollipop in your enterprise in this LIVE webinar. Register today - you won't want to miss it! https://ow.ly/FHkFg 
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Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards are out and MobileIron was named one of the best places to work in 2015 in the SMB category. This award is especially meaningful because it’s based entirely on feedback that employees shared anonymously on Glassdoor.
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Kantar data shows that the iPhone 6 Plus managed to take a 41% share of all US phablet sales for the August to October quarter, despite only being on sale for a little over one of those months and ...
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"Nonetheless, most survey participants were willing to share information anonymously with researchers. Some — 22 percent — were even willing to share credit card purchase information and social media information with their doctors if it would improve their health. This number broke down most strongly on generational lines, going up to 30 percent for millennials and down to 15 percent for baby boomers."
According to a new survey from Truven Health Analytics and NPR, 68 percent of American consumers are willing to share health information with researchers, but this group of people is more likely to be wealthy, well-educated, and young. Truven surveyed 3000 Americans via landlines, mobile phones, ...
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