Customers will access their data and their network through all kinds of apps on their phones, not all necessarily approved by the company. That makes it both more difficult to secure but also takes some of the value out of the conversation for the solution provider, Hedden said. Apps that the solution provider used to be able to sell to clients, such as Adobe, are being replaced by free or low-cost alternatives with only 10 percent of the functionality, but that 10 percent happens to be the only amount the customer used anyway, such as simple photo-editing apps.
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