In situations where no BYOD program exists, one must ask why? The answer is simple: ever-advancing mobile hardware and software have created a very large headache for those tasked with managing devices. What can be done?
BYOD is a fast growing powerful and complex digital reality. Is there a recipe for making it a good experience for everyone involved: the company, the mobile device owner and the mobile IT administrator?
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Bring your own device (BYOD) programs are set to become a normality sooner than you'd think. According to CMSWire, "Within two years, companies will not be issuing standard devices for work productivity."
In the event that Surface tablets are a hit, IT directors need assurance that mobile users will remain on lockdown with mobile device management in accordance with their company’s bring your own device policy.
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