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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Accidental or unplanned growth in mobileapplications can lead to unmanaged dataconsumption in the enterprise. of mobile applications - discarded mobile apps stillconsuming data in an unmanaged state - is on the rise. Strategic approaches to cloud and mobile computing Plan vs Accident ... creating funding opportunitiesfor enterprise transformation efforts ... 2010 downloads (actual) 10.9 billion The % relative cost to add a simple approvalworkflow mobile app to a large enterprisetransformation effort. ... within increasing management needs 50 2 The Volume of Mobile Apps will grow ... ... of all SAP customersplan a mobile effort, but ... 80% The % increase in program funding likelihoodif mobile applications are included in alarge enterprise transformation effort. * source: Gramรกtica inglesa para hispanohablantes. While many companies are exploringmobile computing options, few have a clearly defined plan for doing so. For more information on planning and readiness for mobile and cloud computing visit Our complimentary SAP Experts briefing on data governance for mobile computing may be found at (login required). 2014 downloads (estimated) 76.9 billion * informal crowd poll of 40 SAP customersbased on $US 1-5 Million enterprisetransformation effort size (services only). * source: SAP BusinessObjects User Conference (2012) 30% ... of all organizationshave a mobile strategy. THIRD CONDITIONAL Description It describes past situations that never happened and are not possible anymore. It is also called "impossible conditional" due to the impossibility of modifying the past Form: If I had slept well last night, I would have woken up early for work if + pluperfect (subordinate clause)perfect conditional /modal "could/might have +past participle Frequent mistake: to use a conditional verb both in the main clause and the subordinate If you would have waited you would have seen a wonderful sunset. x If you had waited, you would have seen a wonderful sunset A modal verb + past participlecan be used in the main clause You could have obtained better results if you had worked harder. Inversion (formal) Inversion allows the speaker to suppress the conjunction "if", using the verb and the subject in an inverted order in the subordinate clause Had we known she did not have any money, we would have invited her. You might have entered the house if you did not have lost your keys.
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