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    Today's enterprise endpoints are much more diverse and feature-rich than ever before. Employees are making the most of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend and working whenever, wherever, from the endpoint of their choice. But whether that device is a traditional desktop PC, notebook, handheld device, or tablet, employees are demanding that endpoints offer the rich collaboration and productivity applications required to get their jobs done. And so, while today's highly capable endpoints offer many advantages to employees, they can create new management headaches for IT departments.
    In this eGuide, Network World, Computerworld, and CIO examine two endpoint trends - BYOD and collaboration - and offer tips and advice on how best to manage them. Read on to learn how to make the most of endpoints in your enterprise.

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