Security Watch: Looking to The future of BYOD

According to the Eircom Household Sentiment Survey conducted in March of this year, 61 per cent of Irish mobile phone users now own a smartphone.

8th June, 2014

A consequence of the mass take-up of smartphones is that these devices are finding their way into Irish businesses, which are then challenged to find a way to manage them. To date this has involved bolting after-market solutions onto company IT systems, but the next generation of hand-held technology is likely to include features aimed squarely at the enterprise bring your own device (BYOD) market.

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