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Everybody's Doing It

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 06-05-2012 Print
The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend is something that just about every CIO in the world is contending with right now. You're probably cringing at the very thought of the growing number of personal smartphones and tablets you have accessing the corporate network right now. But a recent study from Cisco shows that IT resistance to BYOD is beginning to weaken. In fact, IT departments are increasingly viewing BYOD in a positive light, according to Cisco's survey of 600 U.S. IT and business leaders. Believe it or not, the once-closed-off enterprise is more open than ever to consumer products. And the chances of that changing are exactly zero. Here are 10 reasons why.


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