Gartner: BYOD not about purchasing policy

Fleur Doidge
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Consider the strategy around the apps before customer opts for BYOD

Research giant Gartner is warning customers against considering BYOD purely as a way to ease their IT purchasing woes, underlining that its place is to support innovation. Darryl Carlton, resear...

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