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Establishing an effective BYOD security policy
Is your IT staff struggling to keep up with the security demands brought on by trends like consumerization? Let’s face it, shutting your doors to social applications, certain websites and mobile devices can create an unhappy workforce. So how do you minimize enterprise security risk while keeping your users happy and productive? This CIO Decisions e-zine focuses on effective BYOD security policy. Inside, learn why security threats are evolving faster than the management practices that defend against them and, more importantly, how you can stay ahead.
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Features in this issue
Put the onus for security on back-end data security measures and vendors, not the end user, when it comes to mobile, social and cloud.
CIOs explain how a combined technology and marketing strategy helps companies respond to customers, and why business must serve customers differently.
News in this issue
Green technology solutions are a vital part of Janet Claggett's CIO role.
Enterprises are relying on the CIO for faster time to market and faster time to value through the use of Agile practices.
Get cracking on big data and analytics or go home, says a panel of data experts at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.