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BYOD: Moving Mobility Forward

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The benefits of mobility are widely understood, but Executive Order 13589 is limiting the number of devices that can be issued to individual employees. As a result, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs are spreading across government, allowing federal employees to use personal devices for work. BYOD is a hotly debated issue due to its great benefits and perceived challenges. Read this GBC industry insights report to learn:

- Which agencies are leading the BYOD revolution

- How BYOD initiatives are addressing security concerns

- How leveraging existing infrastructure can reduce startup costs and ease network management 

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