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Find out about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends across four countries. This research included 3,000 IT decision makers and 1,300 end users from Australia, Germany, South Korea, and the United States in an effort to understand how IT managers define BYOD programs, as well as the anticipated benefits and requirements for success. It also explored the primary barriers for allowing employee-owned computers, tablets, or smart phones for work use.
For more information, read the paper "Insights on the Current State of BYOD."
See the changing IT landscape where one device fits all no longer holds. See Intel's example of how to prepare for change, and equip your employees with the right devices.
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise concerns of employee-owned tools like bringing your own PC.
Jim Henrys puts BYOD in context for IT to address user demands and security needs.
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise impacts and benefits of employee-owned tools like smartphones.
Jim Henrys discusses the enterprise concerns of employee-owned tools like touch enabled tablets.
How we handle security and management challenges.