Bring Your Own Device (also called device management) is the practice of allowing network users to access an organization’s (usually wireless) network with their own computers, smart phones, tablets and other devices. BYOD has a major impact on networks with large and diverse user bases, such as educational institutions, but also affects large and small business networks.
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