13th August 2014
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FreePint writers have been commenting on the subject of Bring Your Own Device for a number of years now but whilst the concepts have been around for a number of years, it's only now that we're beginning to see both the true value and the issues organisations have with BYOD. IT departments, in particular, have been at the forefront of the adoption of BYOD within organisations, but for many IT departments it can be a challenge to manage the huge number of devices that individuals now have whilst ensuring security especially in relation to access is still taken seriously. James Mullan asks why BYOD can be such a nightmare for IT departments and as a consequence for those individuals who might want to use their own device.
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