Analyst Aaron Goldberg says that if five years ago you told corporate management of IT that we’d allow end users to bring in any device they owned and that we’d give them access to all of their corporate applications and information on those personally owned devices, you’d have thought it was crazy. Well it has come to pass, and for security and data control issues, it can’t continue. As a result, SELECT your own device will replace BRING your own device.
- BYOD: Many Call It Bring Your Own Malware (BYOM) (blogs.cisco.com)
- Employees Fret Over BYOD-Related Privacy Issues (misco.co.uk)
- 5 BYOD Pitfalls and How You Can Avoid Them (computerworld.co.nz)