In today's age of iPhones, Androids, iPads, and Kindles - it's not uncommon for employees to spend more time working on their personally owned computing devices than the ones issued to them by their companies. For example, while SolarWinds has issued me a laptop and a server (I use it as a wicked fast desktop), I do about 70 percent of my work from my personally owned iPhone and iPad. This trend creates some interesting dilemmas for both IT managers and IT users, some of which are covered in this blog post by my fellow Computer World blogger Barbara Krasnoff.
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