BYOD - bring your own device - is happening whether you like it or not. So it makes sense to work out how you're going to manage it and a way of reaping the benefits while avoiding the pitfalls.
Until recently, having employees using their personal smartphones or tablets for work could have landed CIOs in hot water, but with what is believed to be Australasia's first end-to-end solution for BYO mobile, this issue may be a thing of the past.
Research commissioned by virtualisation vendor Citrix suggests that Australian IT decisionmakers are generally thinking along similar lines to their overseas counterparts in terms of the security implications of desktop virtualisation. Not surprisingly, it's seen as a good thing.
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