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This IT Handbook from SearchConsumerization.com offers a number of ways that you can incorporate BYOD into your company without compromising security – giving your employees what they want and keeping your environment safe and manageable at the same time. Read this handbook for tips and tricks for companies who want to allow employees to use tablets and smartphones, but want to avoid risks and management pitfalls along the way.  Access >>>

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  • The BYOD trend
  • Establishing employee usage policies
  • Device-friendly applications
  • New management challenges

 

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