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Windows* 8.1 Device Management Goes Mobile White PaperDetails of Mobile-Management Features in Windows* 8.1 and Windows Server* 2012 R2By now it has become an accepted workplace reality and, as a result, a central challenge for IT: users today at all levels of business expect to connect their consumer mobile devices to corporate resources from wherever they are. Complicating this matter for IT departments is that these devices vary tremendously by type, operating system, and manufacturer. It’s increasingly common for workers to own both a tablet and a smartphone as companion devices to their primary PCs, and for workers to use all these devices to do their work.At the same time, traditional PCs are starting to resemble these mobile devices more and more. Energy-saving innovations in 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors and Intel® Atom™ processors are increasing battery life and making PCs more attractive as mobile devices. Fanless tablets made possible by energy-efficient Intel Core processors and Intel Atom processors give workers a truly mobile experience while running a full version of Windows.Read the full Windows* 8.1 Device Management Goes Mobile White Paper.
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