Becoming a BYOD guru isn't an overnight proposition -- it's something that takes initiative, persistence and time. We've identified five key resource areas that can help you master the technical, legal and security ramifications of BYOD and maintain a pipeline of information once you've rolled out your own program.
The University of Connecticut's Business School in Storrs has been a solid believer in "bring your own device" since the year 2000. However, a few wrong turns, including focusing on supporting devices versus the application environment, made the IT team rethink its approach.
"We were out in front of the BYOD movement so there weren't as many resources available as there are today to become a BYOD guru," says Jeremy Pollack, director of IT at the Business School. "In some ways, I wish we were just starting out now so we could have benefited from all the information out there."
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