Menu's Strategic Guide to BYOD's Strategic Guide to BYOD

It may have started with some "digital natives" bringing their iPhones to the office, or, just as likely, with the CEO bringing in the iPad he got as a gift. Either way, CIOs have to determine how to deal with this "bring your own device" phenomenon, which means connecting employee-owned devices to the corporate network.

Whereas CIOs historically have been control freaks-providing the specific devices that could get hooked up to the network-now they have to figure out how to say "Yes, but," as in, "Yes you can hook that thing up, but here are the rules of the road."

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