CIOs are recognizing that employee-owned devices are accessing the corporate network. Coined "BYOD", this trend is forcing IT to find new ways to manage this environment. This paper describes how to balance employee satisfaction and freedom of choice against business needs for controlling mobile costs, proactive monitoring, and employee accountability.
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