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As the number of devices per employee proliferates within enterprises, IT has to respond with technology and policies to prevent data breaches, network bottlenecks and other management headaches. Which devices should IT choose to support, and what are the implications for endpoint management and security? How can IT open the gates without losing control of its environment? And how can IT satisfy users demanding ever more mobile apps and support. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Minding your business with BYOD
- Applying IT governance to BYOD
- Four BYOD hurdles to consider
- BYOD strains corporate wireless bandwidth
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