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BYOD has a long life ahead of it

Cruising around the Web this week, I happened upon one of those stories that you just know can’t be serious. I don’t mean that in an Onion-y way, more of a the-writer-is-doing-this-to-get-attention way. Not that there’s anything wrong with that — headlines are supposed to grab the reader. But this one just seemed too outlandish — it questioned whether bring your own device (BYOD) wasn’t already dying.  I must admit it made me think. The first thing I thought was “no.” As for my other thoughts, well I’m going to employ another old media “trick” and insist that you click the Searchlight link to find out. (If you do, you’ll also find this week’s roundup includes links to  interesting items on data mining, social media and more.)

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