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BYOD: Strange devices ahead

BYOD does not have to stand for Bring Your Own Disaster - as long as policies are put in place to deal with the inevitable.

23rd February, 2014

BYOD does not have to stand for Bring Your Own Disaster - as long as policies are put in place to deal with the inevitable.

''BYOD does add a layer of complexity for the IT department, said Nicola Mortimer, head of business products portfolio management at O2 Ireland. ''For example, the experience of apps needs to be consistent across all devices. It's a headache, but it's not impossible.

This anxiety is being felt by IT...

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