Having a workforce hooked up to smartphones and tablets is causing many IT departments headaches, but if the proliferation of mobile devices is handled correctly it creates more of an opportunity than a threat.   

There’s no question that 2012 was a major tipping point for mobile device ownership. According to PC Pro, household penetration of smartphones increased in the U.S. from 36 to 55 percent during the past 18 months, while tablet penetration increased from 17 to 44 percent over the same period. In 2013, I expect those percentages will only increase further.

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