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July-August 2014

Cover Story:

UPS Innovates through Mobility

07/08/2014
Lori Castle, Editor in Chief

With a $1 billion technology budget, UPS delivers enterprise mobility to empower employees and creates new services for customers.

Editor's Letter:

The Language of Technology

07/07/2014
Lori Castle, Editor in Chief

As new solutions evolve, so does the sea of acronyms.

CIO Q&A:

Chico's CIO Improves Sales & Service with Mobile

07/08/2014
Pat Brans

Eric Singleton, SVP and CIO, Chico's FAS, Inc. has to deliver the best experience across channels—in store, online and mobile devices—to both employees and consumers, and make sure it's consistent.

In The Field:

State of Indiana Implements EMM

07/07/2014
Lori Castle, Editor in Chief

Mobility is part of most businesses today, but what if your business is an entire state? How do you begin to mobilize?

Tools:

Mobile Tools of the Month July 2014

07/08/2014
Catherine Collins, Assistant Editor

Check out some of the latest devices, gadgets, accessories and apps for the mobile enterprises and employees.

Special Section:

Mobile Productivity in the Enterprise: Moving from Support to Enablement with App Strategy

07/15/2014
Chris Hazelton, Research Director, Mobile & Wireless, 451 Research and Chris Marsh, Principal Analyst, Yankee Group

Enterprises now need to move from just supporting mobile workers to enabling them. The next gen of enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools, mobile app development strategies, collaboration tools and mobile apps will help organizations achieve productivity.

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