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The answer to the BYOD question is Virtualization. Print E-mail
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Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Alex   
Security Projects Virtualization seems to be everyone’s answer to every problem. For BYOD, it might just be the answer to stressed budgets and user happiness. If you missed the BYOD battle royal between Heather Clancy and me or my awesome win on said debate, you can read my summary of the debate and the issue, “BYOD: The inevitable reality.” But, you might ask yourself after reading the debate entries and my summary of it, “Why did Ken win the BYOD debate?” It’s a legitimate question because you, the readers, voted that BYOD is a fail. Heather did a great job of pointing out some weaknesses of the whole BYOD idea. The reason that I won is simple–and it really had nothing to do with me or my arguments–BYOD is the inevitable result of a new workforce. And, the answer to the question of BYOD is virtualization.

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