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Emory requires a review of all internal mobile applications at Emory (developed at Emory or vended) prior to distribution to end users for production use. Internal mobile applications are those intended for use by Emory people and Emory affiliates only and not segments of the general public. This process is initiated by Libraries and Information Technology Services in consultation with Legal Counsel and the Emory Healthcare and Emory University Compliance Officers. To begin this process, please visit https://wiki.service.emory.edu/x/7ILaB. While internally distributed mobile applications do not have the same business and branding requirements as publicly distributed mobile apps, internal mobile applications have many of the same legal, compliance, and security implications. For this reason Emory must perform a technical review, compliance and regulatory review, and a security review for internal mobile apps. Mobile applications may be distributed internally to a limited user base for development and testing purposes prior to this review, but the reviews must be completed satisfactorily prior to distributing apps for production use.

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