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The role of the IT department is continually redefined as new technologies force their way into the workplace in response to economic pressure, user demand, and desire for competitive advantage. This has never been more obvious than with the current growth in "bring your own device" (BYOD) programs.
This paper looks at BYOD from multiple points of view, including the need to balance access (user productivity) with security (corporate liability, data sovereignty, privacy and liability), and makes recommendations about approaches that enable you to embrace BYOD in a way that makes sense for your organisation.
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