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Future Watch: Top 10 Mobile Skills IT Pros Must Master
Future Watch: Top 10 Mobile Skills IT Pros Must Master

By Jennifer LeClaire
March 5, 2014 9:53AM

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Enterprise mobile management or 'EMM' will be an especially important skill for IT pros to master over the next few years. Mobile device management and the BYOD trend introduce all sorts of new challenges and security risks that can't be ignored. In addition, mobile app developers face their own set of challenges, learning to work in a "3 by 3" world.
 



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Roadmap for IT Pros

While Gartner's list of mobile-tech skills to master may seem long and arduous, it provides a useful roadmap for IT managers and IT training needs. It's also helpful for IT professionals and new grads who can give themselves a competitive advantage in the IT job market by knowing which skillsets are in demand.

Mobility has plenty of angles, from the technology itself to the apps that empower mobile users, to the security measures that keeps customer and company data safe. Enterprises that can master the intricacies of mobile technology will be much better positioned to unlock its full potential.

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Posted: 2014-03-19 @ 7:45pm PT
@Dennis: Good catch! Thanks - just fixed.

Dennis:

Posted: 2014-03-19 @ 7:41pm PT
I take that back... There's TWO #4's!!
You know us IT Folks & counting to 10 is tough! lol

Dennis:

Posted: 2014-03-19 @ 7:37pm PT
What Happened to #8th Mobile Technology?
List goes from #7 to #9! Hahaha

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