Our guess is that getting a better handle on BYOD will top many IT New Year's resolution lists (see "Seven BYOD policy essentials"). After all, the IT implications are big and multifaceted, touching on everything from wireless network performance to questions about compliance, support, productivity, IT costs and even worker satisfaction.
The latter is important because, as hard as it may be to get BYOD right, it offers IT the chance to ride the wave rather than try to create it. In other words, BYOD creates a great opportunity to keep employees engaged, which, in turn, should help other IT initiatives, including collaborative/social endeavors.
No use trying to hold back this tsunami.
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