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CPI: 0.1% (Jul 2017) 
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Acording to a study done by research firm comScore more than 100 million smartphone users are in the U.S. as of 2012. 48.6% of smartphone users use Android devices and 29.5% use Apple devices. According to the study 234 million American age 13 and older use mobile devices. According to Statista the number of smartphone users are expected to skyrocket between now and 2016 that number is expected to grow to over a 190 million or over 70 %. According to research done by Go-Gulf there are estimated to be over 1 billion smartphones in use worldwide.

According to eMarketer the number of tablet users in the U.S. will approach 89.5 million by 2014. The majority of those users are expected to be iPAD users.

Mobile devices in the hands of consumers are here to stay.  How can small businesses benefit from this trend.  The answer is BYOD.  BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device to work.







































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