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What iOS 11 Means to the Enterprise

White Paper Published By: MobileIron
MobileIron
Published:  Aug 29, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  14 pages

The release of iOS 11 highlights Apple’s continued commitment to the enterprise by providing more options for organizations that are in the process of replacing older PCs. As a dominant player in the consumer market, Apple is now pursuing a stronger foothold in the enterprise market with many new features and capabilities released in iOS 11. For example, new multitasking and Multi-Touch capabilities are designed to deliver a more robust, desktop-like experience on the new iPad Pro. In fact, with all the new features, it appears that the iPad Pro is intended to be a desktop replacement or “light laptop” for employees who want a more travel-friendly device without compromising productivity.



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