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Increasingly, workers want to use their own devices, such as slates, smartphones, and portable computers, for work. For IT to be able to embrace consumerization, risks to the enterprise and its data must be minimized through assessing and understanding user needs and device types. When consumerization is properly planned and managed, it enables businesses to deliver productivity gains and competitive advantage. This paper describes strategies and best practices that help ensure that corporate assets remain secure and establish new roles for empowered employees and IT as partners.
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