It is employees who want to adopt touch-screen mobile devices for professional use that is the primary factor driving BYOD adoption at most workplaces today.
The business can always reject BYOD integration - but that is likely to result in disgruntled employees too. The businesses are really in a "can't win" scenario here.
So regardless of BYOD sucks or not, it is going to be an ongoing challenge for businesses going forward. You can't just be an ostrich about this and stick your head in the sand and hope it will go away.
As an IT manager I didn't "come up with the idea," I responded to the trend.
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