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This article is part of the April 2011 Volume 7 issue of CIOs discover effective business continuity and disaster recovery strategies
After years of managing mobile devices that are synced to centralized servers and governed by company policy, many CIOs don't worry much about IT disaster recovery and business continuity plans for mobile devices. Those days are over -- or will be soon. More about mobile tech in the enterprise CIOs need a mobile application strategy, but crafting one isn't easy Outsourcing trends: Mobile business applications for a business edge Meditating on Harvard's mobile strategy, Eric Schmidt and 'Lost' The proliferation and ever-increasing diversity of workplace mobile devices -- company-issued and employee-owned -- will push CIOs to reconsider their IT disaster recovery and business continuity plans, experts say. Reducing the risks associated with workplace mobility also will drive technology purchases, from mobile device management (MDM) tools to desktop virtualization. "Executives are dragging documents through iTunes and onto their iPads. They are editing them with something like QuickOffice or Documents To Go, or Apple's Keynote and Pages products. The documents ... Access >>>
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The next frontier in IT disaster recovery plans: Mobile devices
by Linda Tucci, Executive Editor
Lulled by mobile devices synced back to centralized servers, CIOs haven't given much thought to IT disaster recovery plans for mobile computing. That needs to change.
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