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  1. It’s awesome to see more productivity and collaboration centric apps enter the mobile environment. After all, productivity become increasingly important as more firms lean towards a mobile first approach where information users are intimately engaging with customers without always having to jump hurdles to make things happen. T-Systems calls this level of intimacy zero distance.

    The true judge though of success is whether or not these apps integrate seamlessly with existing enterprise tools and whether or not users are willing to embrace them. They need to be appealing and functional or they will soon prove useless.

    Peter Fretty

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