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Mobile Industry on the Move December 20

Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.

BlackBerry Counts On Classic

12/17/2014 The latest device from the once dominant smartphone maker, brings back the iconic keyboard with more speed and power. Plus, Brick Breaker also returns.

Employees Go Rogue with Data

12/17/2014 Proprietary corporate data gets regularly uploaded to insecure cloud application, for sharing outside of the company.

IT Needs to Integrate Itself

12/17/2014 To support mobility, cloud, big data/analytics and social business, IT organizations must modernize their department structures.

Cal State Implements 802.11ac

12/17/2014 New network will accommodate the surge in wireless devices and mobile apps on Los Angeles campus and support new education technologies.

T-Mobile Still Has a Coverage Conundrum

12/16/2014 With many choice words about AT&T and Verizon, John Legere, announced his latest move in disrupting the industry, while answering to complaints about lack of service from customers and reporters.

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