BYOD morphs from lockdown to true mobility

Oleh: admin
July 28, 2014

Many companies that have had BYOD policies for a while have matured their thinking. They are yet to grown from looking at employees’ personal devices since something to lock down to allowing them in a limited fashion to fully embracing them.

They have moved from allowing only company-provided phones to supporting “COPE” devices (which are usually corporate-owned, personally enabled tools) to sanctioning real bring-your-own device setups, says Chris Marsh, a good enterprise mobility analyst at Yankee Group.

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