Advisory Note: BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - 71003

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Bring Your Own Device (or “BYOD” for short) may seem like the latest hype, but in fact it isn’t really all that new. Employees have been bringing their smartphones or iPads to work for quite some time now, mostly with their employers’ explicit (or at least implicit) consent. And ever since, IT departments have been worrying about losing control and how to halt the spread of privately owned mobile devices. You could even argue that BYOD started back in the early days of the PC, when the first “own” devices came into play and when IT departments started losing their grip on all the devices in use. But today it’s almost exclusively mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, “phablets,” etc.) that are referred to with BYOD – a focus that is too narrow...

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Mar 18, 2013

Advisory Note: BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - 71003

Bring Your Own Device (or “BYOD” for short) may seem like the latest hype, but in fact it isn’t really all that new. Employees have been bringing their smartphones or iPads to work for quite some time now, mostly with their employers’ explicit (or at least implicit)…

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