Windows mobile device management

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About Windows mobile device management

The need for Windows Mobile device management is growing by the day as your users are continuing to work remotely with devices like smart phones and laptops. In this section, learn how you can manage Windows Mobile devices, secure laptop machines and optimize desktop and other client-level technologies for your on-the-go users.