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By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 08-24-2010 Print

Smartphones and other mobile devices are proliferating at a remarkable rate, raising a host of challenges that CIOs haven't had to handle with other computing platforms. A commissioned technology adoption profile conducted by Boston-based research firm Forrester on behalf of Mobility-as-a-Service vendor Fiberlink, in Blue Bell, PA, focuses exclusively upon CIOs/IT decision-makers in the finance/insurance industry. But the issues these enterprises face will ring true for CIOs across the board. More than 130 CIOs and other IT purchase decision-makers from finance/insurance companies took part in the survey Managing and Securing Corporate and Personal Devices in Financial Services


More than one-third of enterprises support multiple mobile operating systems.


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