By James Mullan
Earlier this year I wrote about some of the challenges which organisations face when considering how they can encourage and develop a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. Whilst the popularity of BYOD has grown during 2012, a new concept is being discussed which might bring an end to some of the challenges it created.
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