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Mobile device management has become alphabet soup

Jen A. Miller | Oct. 2, 2015
The BYOD movement, once looked on as the holy grail of employee satisfaction and IT mobile device security, is increasingly being supplanted by a number of options – such as COBO, CYOD, COPE – that draw a thicker line between personal and business uses.

He predicts that most employees will eventually shift to BYOD, as long as they know that their personal information is safe and separate. "You bring your phone, we pay you a small stipend, and you just need to run this little app," he says. As long as that app protects the company's data, and also insulates the employee's privacy, BYOD isn't going away. It just may have some acronym company for a while.


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