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Mobile: Bring Your Own Device to Work

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BYOD, or (bring your own device to work) seems to be a critical tool for employees to get the most out of work productivity. The findings were released from a recent survey conducted by Samsung Mobile released at the CES 2013 Show in Las Vegas. The study revealed a significant disconnect between company IT departments and employees on opening up company data on those devices at the workplace and/or remote locations. … [visit site to read more]

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