How Technology Executives are Managing the Shift to BYOD
sponsored by HP & Intel®

Mobile devices like smart phones and tablets are transforming the way businesses collaborate and transfer information. Workers are increasingly utilizing their personally owned devices to improve communications, enhance productivity and heighten the level of customer service.

With these benefits come challenges, however. Specifically, BYOD initiatives can complicate security, privacy and access controls, compliance, and the inherent problem of smaller screens. Nowhere are these pitfalls more threatening than in the health care industry. 

This white paper takes a look at the growing adoption of BYOD - particularly in health care - from the perspective of the CIO. Inside, explore both the benefits and drawbacks of enabling such an initiative.

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