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There's no doubt that the success of enterprise tablets will depend on offering a rich community of applications, and as such, having an app store strategy for business customers is paramount.
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Now that smartphones have become standard in the enterprise, IT is struggling with mobile information workers' pent-up demand for accessing business applications beyond e-mail, including ERP, CRM, and other often-used systems.