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8/25/2012 | 2:10:07 AM
re: Feds Give Agencies More BYOD Advice
It was only a matter of time before some type of generic guidelines were introduced to BYOD objectives. It is good to see that BYOD is being recognized and policies are beginning to be established. I would wonder about the the privacy issue if a breech were to occur on your device and your system had to be cleaned, how much of your personal files will be effected. I imagine that in the near future BYOD will be a thing pf second nature much like wi-fi is to the mobile industry.

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