In this and similar articles I still don't see the actual "benefits". These stories tend to focus on telling IT chiefs to accommodate BYOD (and please, not BYOT - we have enough abbreviations to do deal with as it is) rather than fight it. The word "win" appears above in connection with giving users access to email from their personal tablet device. Surely they can already do that via webmail. And where's the "win"? Presumably it's the saved cost of not buying a device. Instead of that, we have to jump through hoops to protect users' personal data and adjust policies accordingly.
In my view, if my company needs staff to access company systems away from the office we should give them what they need.
But like I say, maybe I'm missing the point.
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