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In the debate over personal technological devices in the workplace, bring your own device (BYOD) has taken a lead among big businesses. But companies of all sizes need to be prepared for the impact of employees using their own smartphones, tablets and laptops to access corporate computer networks.
The vast majority of large US companies already are allowing BYOD, new research indicates. Cisco Systems polled 600 chief information officers and IT managers at US corporations with at least 1,000 employees, and found that 95% of those businesses support, or at least tolerate, BYOD.