The business landscape is increasingly mobile. In fact, industry analysts project that the global mobile workforce will exceed 1.2 billion as early as 2013 and the overall mobility market will top $1 trillion by 2014. With the explosive growth of mobile and smart computing technologies, businesses have become more intelligent, instrumented, interconnected and dynamic. But to fully leverage the opportunities afforded by mobility and smart computing, CIOs need to take an end-to-end approach to ensure success in both internal operations and traditional business-to-consumer relationships.

This mobility and smart computing boom has been fueled by a convergence of innovations in software architectures, back-room data center operations, wireless and broadband communications, and numerous smaller and more powerful client devices that are connected to the network to empower all the stakeholders in the value chain, from the C-level to the front-end executives.

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