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Security and trust: The backbone of doing business over the internet

Workshop Poll We all know that mobility is pretty important to most businesses today, and requirements have moved way beyond simple voice connectivity.

As the needs have changed, the IT and business aspects of mobility are much more closely intertwined. The challenges faced by the business have also multiplied, both internally - getting stuff to work together, dealing with issues like device management, security and privacy etc - and externally - identifying and negotiating the right deal with the right supplier.

In the midst of this, what is important to your business and what are you looking for from your mobile provider in order to achieve this? And just how big are the challenges, real or otherwise, to do with the commercials and practicalities?

This survey will take around five minutes to complete, and as always we're extremely grateful for your input. We'll point you in the direction of the results once published.

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