Forbes writes: "IBM sold its PC division to Lenovo ( LNVGY.PK - news - people ) in 2005, and with that move IBM got right out of the endpoint business entirely. I figured that even as an infrastructure company, IBM would have to have endpoint policies, management and various elements related to dealing with other people's devices.
I had no idea how developed the company's mobility strategy actually is, and neither did anyone else, which I suppose is why management decided to call this meeting in the first place. IBM's marketing can be a haven of well-kept secrets."
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