@ NASCIO 2012: States Get on BYOD Bandwagon
- Bring-your-own-device programs are a natural progression from allowing employees to access government networks via home computers and notebooks.
- If a state has managed a wide deployment of government-owned mobile devices, a move to BYOD can offer extensive savings.
- Employees no longer want to carry two devices — one for work and one for personal use.
- Featured: Lisa Feldner of North Dakota, Bill Hickox of Delaware, Alex Pettit of Oklahoma
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