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      Wi-Fi connectivity the tip of the technology iceberg for K-12 schools
      ...o its main role of preventing users from doing things they should not be doing. The explosion of devices from BYOD and use of IoT make securing the school environment more difficult, especially as the number of skilled I...
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      Enterprise mobility: Byod, Emm, and new security approaches
      ...e development in the Android marketplace, so that's where we'll initially spend a bit of time investigating." BYOD -- or, in more locked-down enterprises, COPE (Corporate-Owned, Personally Enabled) -- is here to stay bec...
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      Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022
      ...pgrades in the networking infrastructure, and emerging trends of mobility services and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the region. World Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Market - Rising need for resource pooling has r...
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  3. About BYOD

    The consumer driven “bring your own device” to work (BYOD) is a clear example of the evolution occurring in the enterprise today. This trend of using social networks, mobile devices and increased visual content redefines the way people communicate and collaborate at work. It represents the expectations of employees, partners and customers for a quality user experience.

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    1. Bring your own device (BYOD) is no longer just a trend -- it's how business gets done.
      In Google beefs up Apps mobile management features for Android
    2. While IT used to have complete control over any technology that came into the company, BYOD and cloud based apps and services have stripped IT of this control. Vendors are selling directly to businesses and individual employees -- not solely IT anymore.
      In Why enterprises are embracing rogue IT
    3. However, more and more personally owned laptops are entering the work environment as IT organizations become more flexible with the BYOD culture.
      In 4 Mobile Security Predictions to Help CIOs Plan for the Future